Reduced MBTA Service for April 1, 2020

    These systemwide service changes allow only for travel that is absolutely necessary and prioritize transit for essential workers, such as hospital staff and emergency responders, who are crucial in helping to slow the spread of COVID-19.

    Customers should board at the rear doors of buses and street-level trolley stops. Seniors and people with disabilities can still board at the front door if needed.
    Stations and vehicles are being cleaned and sanitized with increased frequency.

    Weekday Service Levels, April 01, 2020

    Bus and Silver Line

    Saturday service for most routes, with additional service on busier routes during peak travel times.

    Routes 7, 501, and 504 will run modified weekday service.

    Routes 325, 326, 351, 352, and 354, and 710 will run regular weekday service.


    Saturday service on the Red Line, Orange Line, and Green Line B, C, and D Branches.

    Saturday service with increased frequency to reflect ridership demand on the Blue Line and Green Line E Branch.

    Commuter Rail

    Reduced service on all lines.


    No service. Use trip planner to find an alternate route.

    The RIDE

    All trips must be booked 1 – 3 days in advance. Previously booked trips are not affected by this change.

    The RIDE will make every effort to eliminate transfer trips to reduce customer interaction with multiple drivers. All shared trips have been eliminated.

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