Feb 9, 2015 5:24 PM
MBTA shuts down trolleys, trains amid snow
The Associated Press
BOSTON - The MBTA is suspending all rail service while it tries to clean up from an unprecedented barrage of snow.
The Boston-area transit system announced Monday that all subways, trolleys and commuter rail will stop running at 7 p.m. Monday and will remain shut down all day Tuesday.
There will be limited bus service during that time.
T officials said crews will spend the day trying to clear snow and ice from tracks and assess damage that has been done to equipment during the recent spate of storms.
Gov. Charlie Baker says he's frustrated and disappointed with the performance of the MBTA during the recent spate of severe winter weather and plans to sit down with transit officials after the latest storm to discuss service disruptions