Service Change OngoingEffective on Monday, February 13th, and through the end of 2023, the entrances to Natick Center station will be relocated to Washington Street for access to the inbound and outbound platforms. MBTA.com/natickcenterNorth Avenue entrance and Walnut Street entrance will remain closed until further notice.
This access change will allow for work on the new platforms as part of Natick Center Station Accessibility Improvements Project.Updated: 5/31/2023 4:13 PM
Service Change OngoingDue to upcoming construction activities and demolition at Natick Center station, the pedestrian bridge will be closed starting March 2, 2023, until the new pedestrian bridge is completed in Winter 2023. MBTA.com/natickcenter
Weekends Holidays Today
May 7, 2020 is outside of our current schedule.
We can only provide trip data for the Spring schedule, valid until July 1, 2023.
Bicycles are allowed on trains with the bicycle symbol below the train number.
Passengers must tell the conductor that they wish to leave. Passengers waiting to board must be visible on the platform for the train to stop.
The train may leave ahead of schedule at these stops.
At stations with multiple tracks outside of North, South, Back Bay, and Ruggles Stations, inbound trains board from Track 2, and outbound trains board from Track 1 unless otherwise specified. Scheduled track changes will be denoted by the symbol. Check T-Alerts for real-time track changes.
Upcoming Hyde Park – Forest Hills – Ruggles – Back Bay – South Station Schedule PDF — effective Aug 19
Upcoming Hyde Park – Forest Hills – Ruggles – Back Bay – South Station Schedule PDF — effective Sep 3