Thursday, 31 July 2014

Healthcare Hottie

Is there a doctor in the house? We sure like the looks of this healthcare hottie as he strides athletically down the platform in stylishly reassuring attire. The kind of gentleman we'd like to look up at should we find ourselves laid out flat in a hospital bed. We're feeling faint just thinking about him and his bedside manner! And imagine him on the scene in a far corner of the globe at some healthcare crisis, bedecked in his black V-necked T-shirt, saving lives and making the periodic on-air appearance with Anderson Cooper!

Location: Red Line at Charles/MGH
Imagined Profession: MD General Practitioner
Photographer: FT

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Pose in Pastel

You gotta love men who know how to strike a pose while riding the T and simultaneously texting on their iPhone. And we appreciate the soft pastel colors our hottie gentleman introduces to our train. Creamy lemon yellow slacks are an extraordinary compliment to the robins-egg blue cotton sport coat, and the pastel theme continues with a color that we can only describe as... oh we can't describe it because GB is color blind and he's at a loss as to what color it is. But it's lovely!

Location: Red Line at Central
Imagined Profession: University Administrative Manager
Photographer: GB

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Double Tuesday - Double Ginger

We've got the luck of the Irish today as we stumbled upon these two gorgeous ginger men! OK, we actually spotted them in the station, followed them onto the train, and then nabbed a spot opposite them on our train. But they're so adorable! We couldn't let them get away without recording them for posterity!
And then lo and behold we got them in a GGS! That's Ginger Glamour Shot! We adore men who show off for us!

Location: Red Line at Broadway
Imagined Profession: Visiting Scholars
Photographer: GB

Monday, 28 July 2014

Eyebrow Perfection

What a glorious salute to America! An All-American Hottie resplendent in his perfect eyebrows and closely groomed facial hair. From the attire, and the woman nestled in his arm (whom we conveniently cropped out of the picture!), we gather he's visiting Boston and seeing the sights. Perhaps fresh from a tour at the Samuel Adams Brewery in Jamaica Plain. The offset picture of hirsute manly legs and the designer sunglasses perched atop his head is also a picture of perfection!

Location: Orange Line at Stony Brook
Imagined Profession: United States Armed Forces
Photographer: Undercover RM

Monorail for Provincetown!

A monorail system for Provincetown! Our HOTT Crew had a special invitation to be present July 26th at the sneak preview of Provincetown's most ambitious new development in history... the Provincetown Monorail!
Above: The Bombardier INNOVIA 300 Monorail
Select town officials and prominent business leaders revealed the details of a 12 mile long monorail system that will whisk thousands of residents and visitors daily around the Greater Provincetown environs. Identical to the Bombardier INNOVIA 300 Monorail being installed in Sao Paulo, Brazil, town official Mary Silva said, "It's appropriate we enter a new age for Provincetown by selecting a rapid transit system with Portuguese connections."
Above: Sao Paulo Monorail Stations and the "dual beamway" supported by single columns.
The Ptown Monorail (affectionately referred to as "The P", and yes we've already reserved our blog address for Hotties on the P!) will realize substantial cost savings by utilizing as many components from the Sao Paulo Monorail as possible. 7 of the 8 monorail stations will use blueprints from Sao Paulo's system, but with reduced length as Provincetown's monorail trains will be 3 cars long compared to Sao Paulo's 7 cars. Our HOTT Crew found the station designs to be architecturally stunning with a sleek, minimalist style that won't intrude on the historic architecture of the town.
Above: Provincetown Monorail Airport Station
Realizing cost savings makes it possible to celebrate New England artistic flair with the stunning design of the Airport Station, by Hacin Associates of Boston. It's ingeniously designed to resemble the style of Provinceland's world famous dune shacks. An innovative feature is that the station platform rests at ground level until a monorail approaches, at which time it raises with it's passengers like an elevator to be level with the train. When the train departs the platform descends back to ground level. Our HOTT Crew thinks this is a clever way to make it easy for people with disabilities or lots of luggage to enter and exit the station! Town officials were so taken with Hacin Associates' design of the elevator platform that they're incorporating it into the Piers Station as well to accommodate arriving ferry passengers!
Aqua blue monorail interiors feature seat fabric mimicking the ripples of the ocean! And spacious "club seating" will be convenient for groups of couples to sit together. Designers have ensured there will be plenty of room for sudden crowds traveling to or from ferries at the Piers Station or airplanes at the Airport Station. Our HOTT Crew found the interior mockup to be simply stunning!

But wait, there's more!
Above: Bombardier Dash-8 Q200 Quiet Flight 50 passenger plane
Bombardier, the maker of the INNOVIA 300 Monorail, will build, own and operate the monorail system (a royalty from each ticket will be paid to the town of Provincetown). Bombardier also makes the only large passenger plane capable of using Ptown's relatively short 3,500' airport runway. Bombardier will be selling 5 Dash-8 Q200 aircraft to Cape Air at below-market interest rates, enabling Cape Air to commence service to Ptown from cities such as LGA, DCA, Toronto and Montréal. Flight time from Montreal to Ptown will be 1 hour! Our HOTT Crew thinks the fewer people there are crossing the Sagamore and Bourne bridges the better!
Above: Interior of the Dash-8 Q200


Q. Why monorail?
A. Town Strategist Joey DeVarra said, "If we don't do something big right now to differentiate Provincetown, in 5 years Commercial Street will be a clone of the Square One Mall in Saugus!"

Q: Can I do a roundtrip on the monorail to tour the area, how long would that take and how much will it cost?
A: A roundtrip is 12 miles (about 40 minutes) and is an excellent way to take in the sights while familiarizing yourself with Provincetown. A single ride will cost $2, but unique "Couples Fares" will be offered for $3 to encourage people to "pair up" and ride the monorail.

Q: How many stations are there and where will they be?
A: There will be 8 stations, 4 of which are "Main Stations" (All stations names are underlined, Main Stations have an asterisk). Starting at the airport the station names are Airport*, Markets (Stop & Shop on Shank Painter Rd), Tips for Tops (where the old Tips for Tops'n Restaurant was on Bradford St), TLC* (Transportation and Laundry Center at Atwood & W Vine), Restaurants (Sal's Place on Commercial St), Piers* (McMillan Pier), Galleries (Provincetown Art Association on Commercial St), and Harbor View* (Harbor Hotel, far East End).

Q. Transportation and Laundry Center? In the West End? Really?
A. Really! While the East End will be re-zoned to facilitate it becoming Provincetown's premier neighborhood, the West End will be re-zoned to permit higher density micro housing for hospitality and service workers. Therefore, due to an increased demand for a laundromat, an eco-friendly laundromat will be built beneath the TLC Station at the corner of W Vine and Atwood. Also, a parking structure will be built under the escarpment at Atwood St so that low-income workers have a place to park their cars.

Q. Won't the monorail make Commercial Street almost impassible for pedestrians and cars?
A. The monorail won't be on Commercial Street! It's unique design has it traveling over the water just off the beach along Commercial Street! Beamways painted in swirling blues and grays will help it blend in with the view of the harbor. At Captain Jack's Pier in the West End the beamway will curve towards shore and travel up West Vine Street to the TLC Station, after which it passes Victors (more stunning views of their famous Happy Hour!) and onto Bradford St. On roads where the monorail does travel the single pylons hardly take up any space.

Q. Why won't the monorail go to Herring Cove Beach?
A. Maria Chung, Director of Fiscal Services, stated that Federal regulations protecting Piping Plovers, Humpback Whales and Red-cockaded Woodpeckers prevent a monorail extension to Herring Cove Beach at this time. Should the Federal Government grant waivers it's possible to consider it based on monorail fare revenues, but as Chung stated, "The monorail goes to Race Point. Race Point is a beach. Herring Cove is a beach. Why do you need to go to two beaches?"

Q. Won't the monorail put people who drive for Uber out of work?
A. The town of Provincetown is very concerned about protecting the jobs of Uber drivers, but is confident there will be plenty of demand for trips to and from Herring Cove Beach (see question immediately above).

Q. What are the benefits of the Provincetown Monorail?
A. Visitors driving to Ptown in their cars will park at the new parking structure at the Harbor View Station (Harbor Hotel) and will travel the rest of the way to their B&B or condo rental via monorail, eliminating large numbers of cars from Ptown streets. This will make it easy to establish a "congestion charge", as in Central London, for cars traveling along Bradford Street and Commercial Street (between Province Lands Rd in the West End and Snail Rd in the East End), bringing in increased revenue to town coffers and helping drive passengers to the monorail (from which Provincetown gets royalties on fares). The Monorail also makes it possible for Cape Air to fly 50-passenger aircraft from new destinations, bringing in large numbers incremental visitors. And the monorail will make it so much easier and faster to go from place to place in Ptown. When Happy Hour ends at Victor's in the West End you can hop on a monorail at TLC and be at The Mew's in 5 minutes!

Q. What do businesses by the proposed stations think of the monorail?
A. Take a look at what Sal's Place is doing since they found out they would be at the Restaurants Station!
Obviously local businesses are onboard with the Provincetown Monorail!

And Hotties on the T is all aboard the Provincetown Monorail, too!

Sunday, 27 July 2014

Extreme Urban Runner

Immediately upon boarding our train to catch the ferry to Provincetown we captured this fit specimen of an urban runner. Shimmery and billowing running shorts with toned legs and fit torso in a T-shirt, our gentleman runner shows off the results of a consistent fitness regime. Good show!

And our HOTT Crew had a whirlwind visit to Provincetown (to be featured in a later post with the exciting news we learned).

Location: Red Line at Harvard
Imagined Profession: HR Manager
Photographer: GB
Our day in Ptown started with lunch at the Official Sandwich and Sweets Shop of Hotties on the T: Relish! We love relish! We love the scores of hunky men inside Relish, too. On both sides of the counter! Gives us some sugar, baby!
The food and confections at Relish are as wonderful as the interior design. Oh... we somehow managed to capture some hotties as we took the pic!
After our meeting at Town Hall, where Provincetown's upcoming development was previewed, we meandered over to The Official Happy Hour of Hotties on the T: Victors! The Wellfleet Oysters and Ginger Martinis were sublime! Above right, our delicious waiter.
And after Happy Hour at Victors we partook in Afternoon Tea at the Boatslip. We think it's adorable how the Townie women dress alike!
After a busy day we took the late ferry back to Boston and captured this adorable French-speaking hottie (who was separated from his friends). We love French-speaking men!
When our HOTT Crew posed for a selfie our French speaking hottie's buddies happened to be behind us and photobombed our pic!

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Expert Trim

The sensuality of the expertly trimmed sideburns beckoned our attention as we rode home from work. Our hottie's granite green T-shirt clinged seductively to his toned pecs. The biceps strained to peek out from his sleeves. What a treat on a Friday!

We're on the 9am Boston Harbor Cruises Fast Ferry (The Official Cruise Line of Hotties on the T) to Provincetown this morning and can't wait to get a sneak peak at Town Hall about Ptown's planned new development! See you on the ferry? Departs at 9am sharp!

Location: Red Line at Kendall/MIT
Imagined Profession: Physical Therapist
Photographer: FT

Friday, 25 July 2014

Fabulous Friday - The C Line

The allure of our hottie's meticulous grooming, combined with his casual sense of fashion, blend together to create one lasting impression... handsomeness!

We'd love to walk up to him, look him straight in the eye and pluck those designer sunglasses out from his shirt and see what he does!

Or caress with the back of our hands the luxuriantly groomed facial hair.

Oh what a man!

And our HOTT Crew is off to Ptown this weekend for an exciting event with officials at Town Hall. We'll keep you posted!

Location: Green Line at Park
Imagined Profession: Director of Marketing for Law Firm
Photographer: FT

Thursday, 24 July 2014

A Farewell to Arms

Big muscular biceps. Gorgeous thong-clad feet. Abundant hair in close cropped clip. A classic man on a classic trolley car!

Location: Mattapan High-Speed Line at Ashmont
Imagined Profession: Marketing Director for Boston Sports Center
Photographer: FTH

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Sole Train

Standing alone on our train our hottie displays simplicity, elegance, and downright attractiveness. And the drape of the polo shirt and well groomed facial hair are most enticing!

Our HOTT Crew is looking forward to our trip to Provincetown this Saturday as we've been invited to a sneak peak of an ambitious new development project being planned. We'll keep you posted!

Location: Red Line at Kendall/MIT
Imagined Profession: General Services Manager
Photographer: FT

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Summer Style

We love the way warm weather loosens up our hotties! Here we have an extraordinarily trim fellow leaning casually against the station wall as he awaits the conveyance which will whisk him home. And his sunglasses are quite stylish and appropriate for his handsome look!

Location: Red Line at Charles/MGH
Imagined Profession: Dietician
Photographer: GB

Monday, 21 July 2014

Monday Wake Up

Our hottie's not yet ready to greet the day, but his brilliant shoelaces (note how they match the subtle stripe on his shirt!) help keep our eyes wide open! We've been seeing lots of neon color shoelaces recently!

Location: Red Line at Central
Imagined Profession: Grants Administrator
Photographer: GB

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Fruit of the Forest

Our hottie is perfectly attired for incognito work in a field of red berries (in Britain known as "Fruit of the Forest"). Just look at the hues of his camouflaged shorts and the expert pairing of colors with the highlights of his shoes and the T-short encapsulating his muscular torso! Even his wristwatch is color coordinated! Perhaps he leads outdoor workout sessions in meadowlands with wild strawberries and raspberries. All we can say is berrylicious!

Location: Orange Line at Stony Brook
Imagined Profession: Fitness Trainer/Workout Coach
Photographer: Undercover RM

Saturday, 19 July 2014


Elegant in his casual approach to the day, our hottie displays a fine sense of style with his facial hair and sunglasses perched atop his head. And great shoes for the beginning of a weekend!

Location: Red Line at Park
Imagined Profession: Social Media Manager
Photographer: FT

Friday, 18 July 2014

Fabulous Friday - Impeccability

Stunningly gorgeous our handsomely dressed gentleman graced our train for the commute home. And look at his hair! It's so luxuriantly thick and well groomed! A perfect coif for his nattily pressed and well-fitted shirt and dress slacks. He's one fabulously handsome man!
And here's a side view in a slightly different and very flattering light. Impeccable!
And impeccability never goes out of style. Take, for example, Miroslav Cerar above in 1963 performing a gymnastics routine as he prepares for the 1964 Summer Olympics. What style. What grace. What a hunk!

Location: Red Line at Park
Imagined Profession: Foundation Development Officer
Photographer: GB

Thursday, 17 July 2014

House of Cards - American Edition

Tall. Handsome. Intense. Focused. We couldn't help but notice our hottie's resemblance to Stamper in House of Cards (American Edition). A nice wake me up on the way home from work!

Location: Red Line at Park
Imagined Profession: Political Consultant
Photographer: FT

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Double Tuesday - Keeping it Cool

We're keeping it cool by featuring our Double Tuesday a day late this week. And these two spotless hotties show how to keep cool both running around the city on errands or on the way to work. Hottie on the left has a lovely splash of color on his shoes, while hottie on the right has an eye catching red rain jacket. Perfect for today's drizzly day!

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Location: Red Line at Kendall/MIT
Imagined Professions: Left, Assistant Network Architect; Right, Facilities Management Manager
Photographer: Gb

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Jack of Diamonds

We have so much fun with our "Just Jack" series of hotties! And when will our real Jack discover we have an entire theme built around him? Who knows! But what a hottie we found waiting for a train. Gorgeous attire accessorized with a Harvard Medical School badge on his lanyard. We love our hot men smart!

Click on the titles below to see our other "Just Jack" postings! (The titles are hyperlinks) And follow us on Twitter @hottiesonthet

And our Double Tuesday feature has been postponed until tomorrow ;-)

Location: Red Line at Charles/MGH
Imagined Profession: Medical Resident
Photographer: FT

Just Jack - November 4, 2012

Just Jack - A Sequel - December 22, 2012

Jack of All Trades - January 30, 2013

Jack in the Box - March 25, 2013

Jack and the Bean Stalk - July 25, 2013

Fabulous Friday - Jack Ladder - August 23, 2013

Captain Jack - November 21, 2013

Jack Daniels - December 23, 2013

Jack Frost - May 7, 2014

Monday, 14 July 2014

Newton's Cradle

What an hysterical way to begin the week: with a human version of Newton's Cradle working right in front of us on our train! And a bespectacled hottie in the middle! Although we typically pixelate or blur the faces of women, we made an exception this time as this group of 4 from Japan were just too funny not to feature. Above we see how kinetic energy, moving from left to right, mimics the energy of a stopping train whose forward motion is to the right.
And then the train leaves Central and the kinetic energy flows the opposite direction, forcing movement onto and through our hottie in glasses in the middle.
And then our train reaches the apogee of the Longfellow Bridge. The kinetic energy from the stopping and starting has dissipated and our group of somnolent travelers begin to show the effects of gravity. Hair and heads begin to dangle straight down. Below is a video of a Newton's Cradle.
Location: Red Line at Harvard, Central and Kendall/MIT
Imagined Profession: Admin at Foreign Student Exchange Bureau
Photographer: GB

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Hottness Galore!

Hottness galore in today's post. First, we venture to a T Station not often visited by our HOTT Crew... Lechmere! And we have this very artsy fellow at the station waiting for a train. We've been all over the past few days. Provincetown on Friday and Saturday. Back to Boston Saturday evening for a fabulous 62 mile bike ride today (Sunday). Then fine dining afterwards. We're exhausted.
GB captured this artsy scenic photo while waiting on MacMillan Pier in Provincetown to return home. But wait, there's more! Boston Harbor Cruises always has the hottest men enroute to Ptown! #BHCBears
These two hot gentlemen were waiting with us on the pier. And they speak French!
Men with bikes always catch our eye. As do men with beards without bikes!
Whoa, babe!
What can we say... lovely man in lovely nautical colors!
And here's our HOTT Crew today posing for a selfie in the reflection of the Dover Market!

And a big shout out to Kevin, our favorite waiter at The Abbey in Cambridge, for making us a spectacular post cycling meal!

Location: Green Line at Lechmere
Imagined Profession: Graphic Artist
Photographer: FT

Saturday, 12 July 2014

Fur the Love of Men

It's Bear Week in Provincetown and our HOTT Crew is busy making sure we record events for those who aren't yet here. First, we get into theme with our hottie above and his magnificent beard and moustache. What a find on our our way to the Boston Harbor Cruises Fast Ferry to Provincetown!
Boston Harbor Cruises is the Official Provincetown Ferry of Hotties on the T! It's the prettiest, fastest and hunkiest ferry of all! #BHCBears
We found this stunning bear of a man sunning himself on the aft sun deck of the Salacia, our fast ferry to Provincetown.
Even Yogi and Boo Boo Bear greeted us as we boarded our ferry! #BHCBears
Speaking of Official Ferries, Joe's Coffee on Commercial Street is the Official Coffee Purveyor to Hotties on the T (whilst we're in Provincetown).

We hope you are having a magnificent weekend!

Location: Red Line at South Station
Imagined Profession: Technical Services Manager
Photographer: FT