Spring Commuter Rail schedules will go into effect on Monday, May 22,
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Spring Commuter Rail schedules will go into effect on Monday, May 22, 2017. The Spring 2017 Commuter Rail schedules are available here on the MBTA’s website.
Just a reminder that the Summer Weekday schedule will begin on Monday, May 15. For a copy of the schedule, please click here.
As part of a $110 million project to replace the half-century-old concrete surface and steel beams that support Commonwealth Avenue as it passes over the Massachusetts Turnpike, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will close that section of Comm Ave to all but MBTA buses, pedestrians, bicycles, and emergency vehicles from July 27 through August 13. The MBTA Green Line B trolley will be replaced with shuttle buses from Blandford Street to Babcock Street from July 26 through August 13.
The MBTA announced that the Commuter Rail will operate on a regular weekday schedule tomorrow, March 15.
Late Night service is cancelled for this evening. Daytime service will run through the end of service but please expect delays.
Please be sure to use the Live View to see real time locations of buses. http://www.bu.edu/thebus/live-view
Due to the closure of the CRC, service tomorrow will be reduced to 3 buses during peak, 8:00 A.M. t0 11:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. (20 minute service) and 2 buses during off peak (30 minute service). Due to deteriorating weather and traffic conditions, please be sure to reference the Live View for real time BUS locations.
At this time, we expect Late Night Service to run on a normal schedule on Tuesday evening and daytime service to resume a normal schedule on Wednesday morning. Please be sure to check here as well as @BUshuttle for updated information.
All information regarding MBTA service information may be found here on the MBTA’s website. The website will be updated throughout the day.
On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017, the Commuter Rail will be running on a Blue Service Level. Severe Weather Schedules will be in effect. View the schedules here. In addition, Ferry service will be suspended and bus shuttles will replace service on the Mattapan Line.
Discounted parking garages opearated by the City of Boston will open at 5:00 A.M. More information regarding storm parking may be found on the city’s website.
Weekday Daytime Service (7am-11:55pm) next week will be reduced to 3 buses during peak (20 minute service) and 2 buses during off peak (30 minute service). This should provide for adequate service to the Med Campus while continuing to support staff on the CRC. Service will still run its normal hours of operation.
Late Night Service along the CRC will be suspended from Saturday, March 4th through Friday, March 10th.
Saturday Daytime Service will continue as usual with no change.
Due to the President’s Day holiday the Parking & Transportation Services office will be closed on Monday, February 20. The office will reopen at 9am on Tuesday, February 21.