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Weekly System Update

October 12, 2020

Weekday Service Levels

October 12-16

Bus and Silver line

🚏 Effective August 30, most bus routes will run on a regular schedule, similar to (or better than) pre-COVID service.

🚏 These routes run with reduced service: 4, 18, 43, 52, 55, 79, 91, 92, 99, 216, 236, 245, 354, 426, CT2, SL1, and SL2.

 🚏These routes are suspended: 62, 76, 84, 170, 325, 326, 351, 352, 428, 434, 451, 456, 502, 503, and 505.

Subway

Ⓜ️ Regular weekday service on all lines.

🗓️ Note that scheduled shuttles are running on the Green Line E branch between Lechmere – North Station through Spring 2021.

Commuter Rail

⚠️ Modified weekday service on all lines.

For riders on the Providence/Stoughton Line and Franklin Line: In accordance with the travel order in effect, passengers from Rhode Island coming to Massachusetts can travel without restriction for their work and school activities only. Passengers from Rhode Island not traveling for work or school must quarantine for 14 days or show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.

Ferry

⛴️ Reduced weekday service for Hingham/Hull.

⛴️ Regular weekday service for Charlestown.

The RIDE

🚐Fare collection on The RIDE will resume on August 1.
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. Shared trips have been eliminated. RIDE customers can still bring a personal care attendant or guest on their trip.

🚐To cancel or reschedule your trip, call The Ride Access Center (TRAC).

🚐The RIDE Eligibility Center (TREC) is closed until further notice.

Weekend Service Levels,

 Saturday – Sunday, October 17-18

Bus and Silver line

🚏 Regular weekend service on most routes.

🚏 Routes with increased weekend service: 1, 8, 15, 16, 22, 23, 57, 66, 104, 109, 111, 212, 226, 236, 238, and 240

🚏 Routes with decreased weekend service: 10, 11, 44, 45, 89, 91, 94, 95, 96, 99, 101, 211, 216, 504, and 553.

Subway

Ⓜ️  Regular weekend service on all lines. Note that previously scheduled shuttles will run on some lines.

Commuter Rail

⚠️ Regular weekend service on all lines. Note that previously scheduled shuttles will run on some lines.

 For riders on the Providence/Stoughton Line and Franklin Line: In accordance with the travel order in effect, passengers from Rhode Island coming to Massachusetts can travel without restriction for their work and school activities only. Passengers from Rhode Island not traveling for work or school must quarantine for 14 days or show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.

Ferry

⛴️ No service.

The RIDE

🚐Fare collection on The RIDE will resume on August 1.
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. Shared trips have been eliminated. RIDE customers can still bring a personal care attendant or guest on their trip.

🚐To cancel or reschedule your trip, call The Ride Access Center (TRAC).

🚐The RIDE Eligibility Center (TREC) is closed until further notice.

 

Systemwide August Updates (2020)

Line Update Affected Stops/Lines
Red Line Shuttle buses replace Red Line service between Braintree and Quincy Center on Oct 5 – 15 beginning at 8:45 PM through the end of service. Affected stops:
Quincy Center
Quincy Adams
Braintree
Orange Line North Station will be bypassed northbound on the weekend of October 17 – 18 beginning Friday evening at 8:45 PM. Customers can exit at Community College and cross the platform for North Station service. More:   MBTA.com/OLWork Affected direction:
NorthboundAffected stop:
North Station
 

Green Line D

 

 

Shuttle buses replace D Branch service between Kenmore and Newton Highlands on weekends from Oct 17 – Nov 15 from start to end of service.

 

 

Please note that dates are subject to change:

All buses are fully accessible. Please see an MBTA employee for assistance. No Shuttles at Beaconsfield:
Why do shuttles skip Beaconsfield?
Due to narrow roads near Beaconsfield, shuttles cannot safely stop there.
We recommend
– Taking the Green Line C branch from Dean Road, about a 4-minute walk from Beaconsfield
– Accessing the Green Line D shuttle from Reservoir, about a 10-minute walk from Beaconsfield. Affected stops:
Kenmore
Fenway
Longwood
Brookline Village
Brookline Hills
Beaconsfield
Reservoir
Chestnut Hill
Newton Centre
Newton Highlands

Safe Travels, 

The Moovit Team

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