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Service Change
Due to a structural issue with the Gov't Ctr Garage, Green Line is replaced by shuttle buses between Gov't Ctr and Lechmere. Orange Line is suspended between North Station and Back Bay. Orange Line customers can use Green Line service through Downtown.   MBTA.com/DowntownDiversion

Holiday Service Schedules

Our routes operate on weekend schedules for most major federal and state holidays. Whatever your holiday plans are, the T can take you there.

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Upcoming Holiday Schedules

Please note:

  • Only holidays with modified service are listed above. Juneteenth, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day do not have modified schedules—all services will operate on a regular schedule on these days.
  • If we're running a weekend schedule, please be aware that routes that do not typically run on weekends will not be in service.

Masks on the T

MBTA character "Charlie" wearing a suit and mask and giving a thumbs up

Riders are no longer required to wear a mask while on the T, except for on The RIDE. The MBTA continues to follow CDC guidelines in encouraging people to wear face masks on public transit. Please respect your fellow passengers' decisions.

See the latest mask guidelines

CharlieCard Store Holiday Schedule

The CharlieCard Store is closed on these holidays:

  • New Year's Day
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • Presidents' Day
  • Patriots' Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Juneteenth
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Columbus Day
  • Veterans Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

Learn more about the CharlieCard Store

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Paying for Your Trip

To avoid long lines at fare vending machines and ticket windows, we recommend buying MBTA tickets before your trip.

The cost of your trip and the type of pass you need depend on how long you’ll be in town and which modes of transit you’ll be using.

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Safety and Etiquette

Please follow these guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety and comfort while celebrating. 

If you need to report an emergency, please call 911 or the Transit Police at 617-222-1212.

Masks on the T

MBTA character "Charlie" wearing a suit and mask and giving a thumbs up

Riders are no longer required to wear a mask while on the T, except for on The RIDE. The MBTA continues to follow CDC guidelines in encouraging people to wear face masks on public transit. Please respect your fellow passengers' decisions.

See the latest mask guidelines

Trip Planner

Choose your origin and destination to calculate your fare with our Trip Planner.

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