Whether you are going to the marathon or trying to avoid it, Moovit has made updates to the app to give you the smoothest ride. The marathon might be full of start and stops but Moovit will give you a smooth ride regardless of if you are watching it or not. Updates to routes are already made so you can enjoy your Monday. Whether you are a local trying to get to where you need to go or if you’ve just touched down in Boston for the marathon fever, Moovit will find you the easiest route to get you where you want to go.
The Boston Marathon will be run tomorrow Monday, April 17, 2017, and before and after the race transit service will run on rush-hour schedules.
For all Bus & Ferry changes please make sure to check the “alerts” tap.
Temporary Green Line Station Closures (10 a.m. – approximately 6 p.m.)
For the safety of our customers, Copley Station will be closed for the entire day on April 17, 2017. Customers may use Arlington (all branches), Prudential (E Branch), or Hynes Convention Center (B, C, and D Branches) instead, or Back Bay on the Orange Line.
The following above-ground Green Line stations will be closed between 10 a.m. and approximately 6 p.m. on Marathon Monday:
- South Street (B Branch)
- Kent Street (C Branch)
- St. Mary’s Street (C Branch)
The Red Line, Orange Line, and Blue Line, Green, and Silver Line will operate a regular weekday schedule with rush-hour levels of service before and after the race.
The Commuter Rail will operate a regular weekday schedule, with two additional trains on the Framingham/Worcester Line to support additional crowds. The schedules for these trains are below, and other Commuter Rail Schedules are available here.
All bikes, including folding bikes, will be prohibited on-board trains on Monday, April 17. Additionally, bikes will not be permitted on the Framingham/Worcester Line on Sunday, April 16, after 8:00 p.m.