On any given weekend, there are countless things to do in Boston. Here’s the catch: most activities wrap up well after midnight, and until now, getting home on public transportation wasn’t an option. That changes this weekend, as the MBTA launches a pilot program keeping the T running until 3 a.m.
- Richard Davey is secretary of the State Department of Transportation.
WGBH News' Edgar B. Herwick III plans to hop on one of the last trains out of the station, and he’s bringing a camera along with him. He'd love to hear from you about your own late-night T ride. Email him at email@example.com.