Good Morning America shared this video of a little girl really excited about taking the train.
Love this video of a snow train hard at work on the MBTA’s green line on Beacon Street in Brookline.
Reader photos of the Blizzard of 2013 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Crews removing massive amounts if snow from around The Dunk.
Church bells and blizzard. Just after this, the screen fell out of my window.
WPRI’s Ted Nesi speaks with Urbanophile’s Aaron Renn about the Providence metro area and economy on this week’s Executive Suite.
RI House of Representatives Pass Same-Sex Marriage Bill – Shot and edited by Sam Valorose
There is some precedent for the MBTA running interstate service: Rhode Island’s funding for its recent extension of the Providence line to serve T. F. Green International Airport in Warwick and Wickford Junction. Current estimates are New Hampshire might have to kick in $10 million to $12 million annually to support a Lowell line extension into the Granite State.
Thescary snowman was on Westminster yesterday.
The title on this video says it is Siberian, but the railroad crossing sign appears to be in English and commenters say it is Canadian. Wherever it is, it is cool to watch.
The world’s shortest escalator
One day on RIPTA, each dot is a bus. We need more dots.
Providence’s ‘Dancing Cop,’ Tony Lepore, returns to downtown Providence Dec. 9-24, 2012. He will be on the corner Dorrance Street and Westminster Street weekdays from 12 to 1:30 pm.
Video shows Lower Manhattan blacked out due to Hurricane Sandy.
Kennedy Plaza Time Lapse Video: This time lapse video of Kennedy Plaza was taken from a window in City Hall on November 1, 2012. It shows activity in the Plaza from 3:00 to 5:30 PM, condensed to fit within a two and a half minute video.
‘Justice has been served!’ declares the man who helped police in Cleveland nab a woman who had been driving up on a sidewalk many mornings to get around a stopped school bus with children on board.
NYC has suffered greatly post superstorm Sandy. While we still have a long ways to go, people are starting to go back to work and venture out of their homes.