Severe Weather Reduced Service Schedules
The Red, Blue, Orange and Green Lines may operate at reduced levels during severe weather, resulting in less frequent service.
The Mattapan Hi-Speed Line may be replaced by bus shuttles during severe weather.
During severe weather, the Commuter Rail may operate on reduced severe weather service plans. To determine if your route is operating on a reduced severe weather service plan, check mbta.com/winter or media reports regularly for updates.
Some bus routes may operate at reduced levels during severe weather, resulting in less frequent service.
Some bus routes, especially those located on hills or narrow streets, may operate on Snow Routes.
A full listing of buses with Snow Routes is below.
During storms, check T-Alerts regularly to determine which routes are operating on Snow Routes.
During severe weather, Commuter Boats and Ferries may operate reduced service. Check T-Alerts regularly for service updates and information.
During inclement weather, THE RIDE strongly recommends that you check with your contractor directly as services may be curtailed and customers should expect delays. The numbers are as follows:
|North area: Greater Lynn Senior Services||TTY|
|South area: National Express||TTY|
|West area: Veterans Transportation||TTY|
Not sure which contractor serves your area? Check here.
Blue 1 ongoing
Green 1 ongoing
Orange 2 ongoing
Fairmount Normal Service
Fitch/SoActon Normal Service
Framnghm/Worc Normal Service
Franklin/FrgPrk Normal Service
Greenbush 1 upcoming
Haverhill Normal Service
Kingston/Plmth 1 upcoming
Lowell Normal Service
Middle/Lake Normal Service
Needham 1 upcoming
Newbury/Rock 1 upcoming
Prov/Stou Normal Service
Hingham Normal Service
Hull Normal Service
Charlestown Normal Service