As the New York area endures delays and cancellations amid its “summer of hell” spawned by major repairs at Penn Station, New England’s busiest train hub hums along more or less unscathed.
But, in general, South Station does have its drawbacks. The cattle-call-like announcements for long-haul trips. The dearth of seating during rush hours. The crowding in general. The reliance on the Red Line to get there T-wise. The spotty WiFi.
So, for our latest Friday Open Thread, we thought we’d turn the mic over to you, dear reader, and ask: What would you do to improve South Station? What would you tell the MBTA to do to improve the commuter experience?
Sound off in the comments section below.
- New York’s ‘summer of hell’ won’t affect Boston—much [Curbed Boston]