Cities around the world stepped up security at major transit hubs in the wake of terrorist attacks Tuesday at an airport and metro station in Brussels.
Boston was no different, as Logan Airport brought in an enhanced police presence and the MBTA dispatched additional uniformed officers to its stations. That continued Wednesday.
“Out of an abundance of caution, MBTA personnel and police continue their stepped up vigilance and visibility around the transit system,” T spokesman Joe Pesaturo said Wednesday.
A message urging riders to report unusual activity is also being sent out systemwide, Pesaturo said.
So with tensions especially high, we asked commuters Wednesday whether they felt safe riding the T.
Len Gosule, 72, Stoughton