All shuttle buses are accessible for persons with disabilities. Shuttle buses will stop at all D Branch stations, except for Beaconsfield. Below are some additional alternate travel options that D Branch riders may consider.
Express shuttles will be operating every 30 minutes between Copley and Riverside / Woodland during peak hours, 6 -10 AM to Copley and 3 - 7 PM to Riverside.Alternate Travel Options via Green Line and Bus:
Reservoir - C Branch stop at Cleveland Circle, about a 5 minute walk. Fares will not be collected at Cleveland Circle.
Beaconsfield - C Branch stop at Dean Road, about a 4 minute walk
Brookline Hills - Route 60 service, which is available at the intersection of Route 9 and Cypress St, about a 4 minute walk
Brookline Village - E Branch at Riverway, about a 7 minute walk. Additionally, bus routes 60, 65, and 66 are available at Washington St @ Walnut St, about a 5 minute walk.
Longwood - C Branch stop Kent Street, about a 9 minute walk.
Fenway - C Branch stop Saint Mary's Street, about a 5 minute walkAlternate Travel Options via Commuter Rail:
Riders who would typically board at Riverside and Woodland may consider the Auburndale and West Newton stops on the Framingham/Worcester Line for service to Lansdowne, Back Bay, and South Station. Lansdowne is about a 7 minute walk from Kenmore. Bus routes 8, 19, 60, and 65 are available on Brookline Ave which is about a 1 minute walk from Lansdowne. These routes serve the Longwood Medical Area and Kenmore.No Shuttles at Beaconsfield:
Why do shuttles skip Beaconsfield? Due to narrow roads near Beaconsfield, shuttles cannot safely stop there. We recommend taking the Green Line C Branch from Dean Road, about a 4 minute walk.Affected stops:
Updated: 12/7/2023 7:50 AM