Introducing the new T-Alerts
T-Alerts lets you sign up to receive notifications of delays and disruptions, as well as advanced notice of planned service changes, by e-mail or text message (SMS). The MBTA is launching a new T-Alerts service on June 4 that will provide clearer alerts with more detail and more reliably. You can sign up for this service right now to begin receiving alerts on June 4. Current subscribers must sign up for the new service to continue receiving alerts on June 4.
Click here to sign up for the new T-Alerts service.
Sign up now. You'll begin receiving alerts on June 4.
Already subscribed? Use the same link to manage your account.
- Your cellular carrier may charge you a fee to receive text messages (SMS). Contact your carrier for details.
- For each route, line, or elevator/escalator, you will see the option of signing up for alerts at different times of day. If you sign up for “Early AM” you may receive alerts — even text messages — in the middle of the night.
- The MBTA is not responsible for inadvertent errors or omissions of T-Alert messages.
- T-Alerts are sent to subscribers by GovDelivery. For technical support with your account see the GovDelivery help page.
- We welcome your feedback or suggestions at MBTA Customer Support.
- More information is available in the T-Alerts FAQ.