MBTA’s 8:30AM Service Update (more at mbta.com)
As of 8:30 AM Tuesday, October 30, 2012 most MBTA service has resumed with residual storm related delays. Customers are encouraged to leave additional time for their commute and expect delays due to storm impacts.
Bus shuttles are replacing trains on the Green Line D-Branch between Riverside and Newton Highlands Stations. Due to significant wire and pole damage, bus shuttles will continue through the end of service, Tuesday, October 30, 2012. All other Subway lines will resume regularly scheduled service with residual delays.
The Providence/Stoughton Line will remain suspended between Mansfield and Wickford Junction Stations due to downed trees and power lines. Customers requiring service to Boston are encouraged to park at Route 128 Station for service to Boston – South Station and check MBTA.comand T-Alerts for updated service information.
All other commuter rail lines will resume regularly scheduled service with delays. Customers are encouraged to check MBTA.com for updates.
All regularly scheduled boat service has resumed with some residual delays.
Customers are strongly encouraged to check MBTA.com, follow the MBTA on Twitter @mbtaGM, and check local news broadcasts for updates on service conditions Tuesday morning. Customers interested in receiving text or e-mail updates are encouraged to sign up for T-Alerts.
The safety of customers, employees, and infrastructure is the MBTA’s top priority.