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Red Line
Service Alerts For Red Line Close
  • Shuttle (Upcoming)
    Bus shuttles replace Red Line service between North Quincy & Braintree Stations on weeknights (January 18 - 26) from approximately 9:00 pm through the end of service

    To assist with the Wollaston Station renovation, bus shuttles will replace Red Line service in both directions between Braintree and North Quincy Stations.
    There will be no shuttle on Tuesday, January 16, or Wednesday, January 17, due to the expected winter weather. Regularly scheduled Red Line service will operate.
    All bus shuttle stops are accessible for persons with disabilities.
    Regularly scheduled service will resume at the start of service the following day.

    Shuttling the following stops:
    North Quincy
    Wollaston
    Quincy Center
    Quincy Adams
    Braintree

    For more information, please visit:
    https://www.mbta.com/wollaston-nights
    Last Updated: Today at 12:57P
  • Shuttle (Upcoming)
    Bus shuttles replace Red Line weekend service between North Quincy & Braintree this weekend due to the Wollaston Station renovation.

    To assist with the Wollaston Station renovation, bus shuttles will replace Red Line service in both directions between Braintree and North Quincy stations during 18 weekends over the course of the project.
    All bus shuttle stops are accessible for persons with disabilities.
    Regularly scheduled train service will resume at the start of service on the following Monday.

    Affected stops:
    North Quincy
    Wollaston
    Quincy Center
    Quincy Adams
    Braintree

    For more information:
    https://www.mbta.com/wollaston-weekends
    Last Updated: Today at 12:55P
  • Station Closure (Ongoing)
    Wollaston Station has closed for renovation. Free bus shuttles run from Wollaston to North Quincy and Quincy Center.

    Wollaston is being transformed into a modern, fully accessible facility, making the entirety of the Red Line 100% accessible.
    Trains bypass Wollaston station traveling between North Quincy and Quincy Center. Shuttle buses run between North Quincy, Wollaston, and Quincy Center stations with the same frequency as the Red Line. Shuttle bus stops are fully accessible.
    423 parking spaces are available at Wollaston Station during the closure. Parking availability at Wollaston and North Quincy Stations will be tweeted every 30 minutes weekdays between 6 AM and 10 AM. Follow @MBTA for updates.
    Visit www.mbta.com/wollaston for details.

    Affected routes:
    Red Line
    Last Updated: 1/8/2018 07:00P
  • Service Change (Ongoing)
    Red Line Notice: Due to ongoing track work, Red Line trains will use reduced speeds between Kendall/MIT and Charles/MGH until further notice.

    Due to track work from the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project, a speed restriction is in place between Kendall/MIT and Charles/MGH.
    Customers may experience minor delays in service and should allow extra time for their commute.

    Affected stops:
    Kendall/MIT
    Charles/MGH
    Last Updated: 11/16/2017 06:43P
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    The pedestrian bridge at the Braintree Parking Garage will be closed through Summer 2020 due to construction.

    For access to Braintree Station during this closure, travel down to the first floor and use the pedestrian crosswalk to enter the station at the street level.
    This closure is due to the South Shore Parking Garages Improvements and Renovations Project. The pedestrian bridge will be replaced by a new garage lobby featuring elevators and stairwells.

    Affected routes:
    Red Line
    210
    230
    236
    Middleborough/Lakeville Line
    Kingston/Plymouth Line
    Last Updated: 11/22/2017 12:55P
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    The pedestrian walkway near Kendall/MIT Station (inbound) is closed until further notice due to MIT construction.

    Access to the Kendall/MIT Station will remain open and accessible on the Main Street side of the station throughout this construction.
    The pedestrian plaza between Carleton Street and Main Street in Kendall Square will be closed due to the construction of an underground garage.
    Customers are encouraged to utilize alternative paths to/from the station using the paths on Ames Street, Dock Street, or Wadsworth Street.

    Affected routes:
    Red Line
    Last Updated: 11/22/2017 12:54P
Shuttle: Bus shuttles replace Red Line service betwee… Shuttle: Bus shuttles replace Red Line service between North Quincy & Braintree Stations on wee… Shuttle: Bus shuttles replace Red Line service between North Quincy & Braintree Stations on weeknights (January 18 - 26) from approximately 9:00 pm through… Shuttle: Bus shuttles replace Red Line service between North Quincy & Braintree Stations on weeknights (January 18 - 26) from approximately 9:00 pm through the end of service Shuttle: Bus shuttles replace Red Line service between North Quincy & Braintree Stations on weeknights (January 18 - 26) from approximately 9:00 pm through the end of service +5 more View
Orange Line
Service Alerts For Orange Line Close
  • Service Change (Ongoing)
    Orange Line notice: Due to a track condition, Orange Line trains will use reduced speeds southbound between Community College and North Station until further notice.

    Affected direction:
    Southbound

    Affected stops:
    Community College - Inbound
    North Station - Orange Line Inbound
    Customers may experience minor delays in service and should allow extra time for their commute.
    Last Updated: 12/12/2017 07:15P
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    The elevators at Tufts Medical Center will be out of service through April 2018 due to construction.

    The elevators are being taken out of service to facilitate the replacement of the elevator cabs, hydraulic machines, and associated electrical work.
    Shuttle bus service will be provided between Tufts Medical Center (Washington St entrance) and Back Bay Stations. Customers in need of shuttle bus service are asked to see station personnel or utilize a station call box to request assistance.
    As an alternative, customers can also utilize Silver Line service to Chinatown Station.

    Click here for more information:
    https://www.mbta.com/tufts-elevators

    Affected routes:
    Orange Line
    Last Updated: 1/1/2018 03:11P
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access.

    Customers are advised that the pedestrian route for customers transferring from the Green and Orange Line exits at Causeway and Beverly St into North Station Commuter Rail will be moved slightly to accommodate ongoing construction work.
    After crossing Causeway St, pedestrians will use a protected walkway along the east side of Legends Way, directly abutting Portal Park. The walkway will include a barrier and kick-plate for blind and low vision passengers.
    As an alternative, customers may consider utilizing the west exit from North Station Commuter Rail due to congestion.
    Last Updated: 11/22/2017 12:55P
Service Change: Orange Line notice: Due to a track co… Service Change: Orange Line notice: Due to a track condition, Orange Line trains will use reduc… Service Change: Orange Line notice: Due to a track condition, Orange Line trains will use reduced speeds southbound between Community College and North Sta… Service Change: Orange Line notice: Due to a track condition, Orange Line trains will use reduced speeds southbound between Community College and North Station until further notice. Service Change: Orange Line notice: Due to a track condition, Orange Line trains will use reduced speeds southbound between Community College and North Station until further notice. +2 more View
Green Line B
Service Alerts For Green Line B Close
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access.

    Customers are advised that the pedestrian route for customers transferring from the Green and Orange Line exits at Causeway and Beverly St into North Station Commuter Rail will be moved slightly to accommodate ongoing construction work.
    After crossing Causeway St, pedestrians will use a protected walkway along the east side of Legends Way, directly abutting Portal Park. The walkway will include a barrier and kick-plate for blind and low vision passengers.
    As an alternative, customers may consider utilizing the west exit from North Station Commuter Rail due to congestion.
    Last Updated: 11/22/2017 12:55P
Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station… Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Le… Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access. Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access. Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access. View
Green Line C
Service Alerts For Green Line C Close
  • Shuttle
    Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at Coolidge Corner.

    Please expect delays as buses are sent.
    Last Updated: Today at 02:11P
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access.

    Customers are advised that the pedestrian route for customers transferring from the Green and Orange Line exits at Causeway and Beverly St into North Station Commuter Rail will be moved slightly to accommodate ongoing construction work.
    After crossing Causeway St, pedestrians will use a protected walkway along the east side of Legends Way, directly abutting Portal Park. The walkway will include a barrier and kick-plate for blind and low vision passengers.
    As an alternative, customers may consider utilizing the west exit from North Station Commuter Rail due to congestion.
    Last Updated: 11/22/2017 12:55P
Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch… Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D… Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at… Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at Coolidge Corner. Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at Coolidge Corner. +1 more View
Green Line D
Service Alerts For Green Line D Close
  • Shuttle
    Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at Coolidge Corner.

    Please expect delays as buses are sent.
    Last Updated: Today at 02:11P
  • Shuttle (Upcoming)
    Bus shuttles replace Green Line D branch service between Newton Highlands and Brookline Hills this weekend from start of service until approximately 7:00 pm due to tree removal

    Due to necessary track work and tree removal, buses will replace Green Line D branch service in both directions between Newton Highlands and Brookline Hills from start of service to approximately 7:00 pm on Saturday, January 20, and Sunday, January 21, 2018.
    Regularly scheduled service will resume at the start of service the following Monday.
    All shuttle bus stops are accessible for persons with disabilities.
    Shuttling the following stops:
    Brookline Hills (inbound - Tappan St @ Cypress St / outbound - Boylston St @ Cypress St)
    Reservoir (busway)
    Chestnut Hill (Boylston St @ Hammond St)
    Newton Centre (Langley Rd @ Union St)
    Newton Highlands (Walnut St @ Lincoln St)
    Please note, there will be NO shuttle bus service to Beaconsfield Station. Please use Reservoir (9 min walk) or Dean Rd. on the C branch (2 min walk)
    Last Updated: Today at 12:56P
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access.

    Customers are advised that the pedestrian route for customers transferring from the Green and Orange Line exits at Causeway and Beverly St into North Station Commuter Rail will be moved slightly to accommodate ongoing construction work.
    After crossing Causeway St, pedestrians will use a protected walkway along the east side of Legends Way, directly abutting Portal Park. The walkway will include a barrier and kick-plate for blind and low vision passengers.
    As an alternative, customers may consider utilizing the west exit from North Station Commuter Rail due to congestion.
    Last Updated: 11/22/2017 12:55P
Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch… Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D… Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at… Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at Coolidge Corner. Shuttle: Shuttle buses replacing Green Line C branch between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D branch between Kenmore and Fenway due to a power problem at Coolidge Corner. +2 more View
Green Line E
Service Alerts For Green Line E Close
  • Station Issue (Ongoing)
    Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access.

    Customers are advised that the pedestrian route for customers transferring from the Green and Orange Line exits at Causeway and Beverly St into North Station Commuter Rail will be moved slightly to accommodate ongoing construction work.
    After crossing Causeway St, pedestrians will use a protected walkway along the east side of Legends Way, directly abutting Portal Park. The walkway will include a barrier and kick-plate for blind and low vision passengers.
    As an alternative, customers may consider utilizing the west exit from North Station Commuter Rail due to congestion.
    Last Updated: 11/22/2017 12:55P
Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station… Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Le… Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access. Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access. Station Issue: Access to the east entrance of North Station is available through a covered walkway. Legends Way is closed to pedestrian access. View

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