Service worsens on MBTA’s line to Worcester and Framingham

The MBTA's Framingham-Worcester commuter rail line.
Passengers waited for a train at the Framingham station. Keolis has had a coach shortage. –Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

The numbers back up your complaints, Worcester/Framingham train riders: Your service has been particularly bad lately.

Last Monday, the new general manager of Keolis Commuter Services, David Scorey, told the fiscal and management control board that only about 61 percent of trains on that line had run on time over the past 30 days.

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