In the Press

This is a compendium of all the times this blog has shown up in the press!

British rider completes journey of subway in just over 8 hours - Boston Globe, Nov. 2013

In which there is a passing reference to “Miles Taylor, a 13-year-old transit blogger.” Granted, Adham did most of the work here, and it was just so exciting to see my name in the paper! View the article¬†

Riding the T in 8 hours... - Boston Herald, Nov. 2013

If you want to watch an awkward 13-year-old me get interviewed in a video, this is the place to go! View the article

Meet the 8th Grade MBTA Blogger Who Rides Boston Buses for Fun - Bostinno, Apr. 2014

A little interview done by an online news site called Bostinno. This was the first time the blog had been at the center of attention in an article! View the article

This Cambridge high school student reviewed every MBTA bus route over four years - Boston.com, Sep. 2017

An article about my completion of the MBTA bus system! View the article

MBTA gives itself high grades for reliability - WCVB, Nov. 2017

A piece for a local news station referred to me as an “expert”. Thanks! View the article

This Teen Has Reviewed Hundreds Of MBTA Stations And Lines - WBUR, Jan. 2018

Boston’s NPR station created a fantastic radio piece with an accompanying video where we went and reviewed a very strange Commuter Rail station in the suburbs of the city. View the article

Train Teen critiques Wellesley's MBTA commuter rail stations - The Swellesley Report, Mar. 2018

A funny little article specifically about my reviews of the three stations in a town called Wellesley. View the article

Teen Uncovers the Hidden Secrets of the MBTA - NECN, Mar. 2018

I took a TV reporter to Lowell, MA to review a bus route. Why did I take him there??? View the article

There's really only one way a kid who's ridden pretty much every bus route in the state could get to his prom - Universal Hub, May 2018

I had to include the “prom bus” somewhere! It actually made it onto a brief 30-second clip on the news, but it’s not available online. View the article