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February 5, 2023

MBTA: Alewife Station Update

Alewife Station and parking garage will remain closed following Saturday’s car crash. Riders may ride shuttle buses stationed at Alewife’s busway.

January 26, 2023

Upcoming Service Changes on Orange, Green, Red, Haverhill Commuter Rail Lines in February

Orange and Green line service changes will take place due to the demolition of the private Government Center Garage. Orange Line track and rail fastener replacement work will also take place. Red Line power, lighting, drainage work will take place near Alewife as well as rail replacement work near Harvard. ATC work will also be performed on the Haverhill Commuter Rail Line.

January 10, 2023

Minor Schedule Adjustments to Providence, Franklin Lines Go into Effect January 23, 2023

Beginning on January 23, the Providence and Franklin Lines will operate on new schedules that make minor adjustments designed to avoid delays related to train traffic and improve on-time performance. The Providence Line schedule has also been adjusted to accommodate service at the new Pawtucket station.

January 2, 2023

Upcoming Weekend Service Changes on Orange, Green, Red Lines in January

Because of the continued demolition of the Government Center Garage by private developer HYM Construction, Orange and Green Line service changes will take place. Additionally, the Medford Branch of the Green Line will be replaced with shuttle buses on January 8 to accommodate water line work. The Red Line will also experience service changes during the weekend of January 7-8 so the MBTA can perform work at JFK/UMass.

December 30, 2022

Update on the Orange Line

Currently, the T is operating eight Orange Line train sets (48 cars) for a headway of 12-14 minutes.

December 30, 2022

Statement on the Orange Line

As the MBTA continues its inspections and performs necessary repairs, Orange Line riders will continue to experience longer headways of about 15 minutes between trains. The T apologizes for these inconveniences.

December 20, 2022

MBTA Receives Over $66 Million in Federal Funding for Accessibility Improvements at Symphony Station

The MBTA is pleased to announce that the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has awarded the T with over $66 million in funding for accessibility improvements at Symphony station, which was constructed in 1941 and is one of downtown Boston’s last inaccessible underground Green Line stations.

December 20, 2022

MBTA’s Timetable Demonstration for Buses Began December 18

The bus schedules of 12 of the MBTA’s busiest and most complicated routes have been redesigned in the style of a timetable for better clarity and ease of use by bus riders. Riders are encouraged to offer feedback about this redesign at mbta.com/timetablefeedback.

December 16, 2022

MBTA Prepared for Winter: Advises Riders to Subscribe to T-Alerts Before the Next Snowflakes Fall

The MBTA is preparing for the winter season and encourages riders to stay connected with the T. The MBTA also continues to invest in winter resiliency through investments in its network of snow-fighting equipment.

December 15, 2022

MBTA Seeks to Purchase Widett Circle Property for Commuter Rail Layover Yard

The MBTA Board of Directors today authorized the T to begin negotiations for the purchase of approximately 24 acres of land at Widett Circle, located one mile from Boston’s South Station, for a new commuter rail layover yard to service and store trains overnight and between trips.