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Route 43 AdvisoriesRoute 43 Advisories
Diversion on Route Nos. 43 ,64 , 70 , 86 , 93, and Silver Line Washington Street
Boston’s Run to Remember
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Approximately 7 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Route No. 43: There will be no service to Charles Street South, Charles Street, Beacon Street, or Park and Tremont Streets. For outbound service to Ruggles Station, connections can be made at 285 Tremont Street.
Route No. 64: Connections can be made at Central Square, Cambridge, and at North Harvard Street in Brighton.
Route No. 70: Connections can be made at Central Square, Cambridge, and Coolidge Avenue at Arsenal Street.
Route No. 86: Connections can be made at Western Avenue at Arsenal Street in Brighton as well as in Harvard Square in Cambridge.
Route No. 93: Inbound: All service will terminate at Haymarket Station for approximately one hour until the Boston Police Department reopens the street around 9 a.m. There will be no service to Franklin and Washington Streets, Devonshire Street, or Milk Street. The Route will terminate at Haymarket Street for the beginning of the road race. Connections can be made at Haymarket.
Silverline Washington Street: Connections can be made at New England Medical Center for Outbound Service. There will be no service to Washington Street between Kneeland and Temple Place. There will also be no service to Temple Place or Tremont Street.
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