Thanks for posting this. I've often wondered about that after seeing car after car speeding by.
I'll send this over to Captain Russel and ask him to join the conversation and help us understand what can be done.
Tonight I was getting off the trolley and I had to dive backwards (almost knocking a man over) because a care decided to step on the accelerator instead of obeying the state law to stop when passengers are disembarking. The scary thing is that this happens all the time. I've had a couple of near misses in the past year and the MBTA operators quite often have to blow their horns to get cars to stop. In general, I think the T operators do a good job with warning people and trying to…See More
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