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Green Line D Service Changes

Due to major infrastructure projects on the D Line, shuttles will replace train service for some periods through 2020.

Work includes:

Shuttle schedules are subject to change, dependent on weather, city-wide events, and construction progress.

Shuttles may add up to 15 minutes to your travel time. Sign up for T-Alerts to get shuttle notices, or find alternative service options using our trip planner.

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Shuttle Service During Coronavirus

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all riders are required to wear face coverings and should leave extra space between themselves and other riders. Shuttle capacity is limited to 20 people.

See the latest COVID-19 safety guidance


June 20 – 28, 2020

Combined graphic of the Green Line D and C branches. Shuttles run between Riverside to Kenmore on the D branch, with an extra stop between Fenway at St. Mary's Street on the C branch. Express shuttles also run between Riverside/Woodland and Copley on the D branch.

Shuttles Between Riverside and Kenmore

Shuttles run all day, every day.

Shuttles will make an additional stop between Kenmore and Fenway, at St. Mary's Street on the C Branch. If you’re traveling outbound from Kenmore, please note that C and D Branch riders will board the same shuttle.

Some shuttles will run express between Riverside/Woodland and Copley on weekdays, 7 – 9 AM and 4 – 6:30 PM. Express shuttles run every 20 minutes:

  • Shuttles depart Copley and Woodland at :00, :20, and :40
  • Shuttles depart Riverside at :10, :30, and :50

At Copley, riders can board express shuttles at St. James Ave @ Dartmouth St.

Shuttle Map

Shuttle Stops

no service Why do shuttles skip Beaconsfield?

Due to narrow roads near Beaconsfield, shuttles cannot safely stop there. We recommend:

accessible Shuttle Accessibility

Shuttles are accessible to people with disabilities. Some bus shuttles may be provided by third-party contractors and will look different than MBTA buses. Some may provide accessibility via a lift in the back rather than a ramp in front.

Trains Run at Reduced Speed

After completing track work, we typically implement speed restrictions while we monitor the tracks to ensure that ballast and other materials have settled properly. Restrictions are lifted after we get confirmation from an engineer, which can sometimes take several days.

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