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June 15, 2020

FMCB Approves 4-Year Extension of Commuter Rail Contract with Keolis through June 2026

This contract extension incentivizes better service now and provides cost certainty in a challenging market.

June 11, 2020

Building a Better T: 14-Day Red Line Diversion Begins June 18

An all-day weekday and weekend diversion will take place between Braintree and Quincy Center from June 18 through July 1. Shuttle buses will be provided and Zone 1A Commuter Rail fares will temporarily be accepted at Braintree.

June 10, 2020

Lynn Zone 1A Pilot: Fares at Lynn Commuter Rail Station Lowered to Zone 1A Effective July 1 through August 31

Building off similar efforts during the recent Blue Line shutdown in May, Zone 1A fares will again be accepted at Lynn Station beginning July 1 for 2 months to promote additional travel options and to promote social distancing efforts.

June 10, 2020

Bus Schedule Changes for Summer 2020

The summer schedule begins Sunday, June 21, 2020.

June 9, 2020

Newburyport/Rockport Trains between Rockport and West Gloucester Replaced with Shuttle Buses through Summer 2021

Free shuttle buses will continue to operate between Rockport and West Gloucester on both weekdays and weekends.

June 9, 2020

MBTA Services to Increase Significantly This Month

Well ahead of anticipated rises in passenger volume, the MBTA will increase service for all subway lines and add weekday service for nearly 60 bus routes on June 21. One June 22, Commuter Rail trips will be added and all MBTA ferries will resume limited weekday service.

June 5, 2020

GLX to Begin Demolishing Section of Lechmere Viaduct This Weekend

The elevated steel and concrete structure between Gilmore Bridge and Lechmere Station will be removed, relocated, and reconstructed. Demolition will occur for about 2 weeks between hours of 7 AM - 10 PM.

June 4, 2020

MBTA’s RIDE Distributing Food to Vulnerable Residents

Partnering with the City of Boston, YMCA of Greater Boston, and The Greater Boston Food Bank, the RIDE has completed over 3,185 deliveries, totaling 5,129 grocery bags and 24,000 school meals to over 1,200 Boston Public School children.

June 3, 2020

Statement from MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak

GM Poftak offers a statement regarding George Floyd as well as recent incidents of temporary station closures.

June 1, 2020

MBTA Advisory: This Week: MBTA Service during Public Demonstrations

In the event demonstrations are planned that may affect the safe operation of the MBTA, service adjustments will be made and communicated to customers through T-Alerts and social media.