On weekends this fall, starting September 30, shuttle buses will replace Red Line service on the Longfellow Bridge, from Kendall/MIT to Park Street stations. The bridge will be closed to finish track replacements for trains.
Soon, you can expect a smoother, faster ride across the Longfellow on the Red Line.
When to Expect Closures
Currently, the bridge is expected to be closed for 6 weekends. There are 3 weekends reserved for additional closures if they are needed to finish construction.
|Scheduled Weekends||Sept. 30-Oct. 1|
|Scheduled Weekends||Oct. 7-8|
|Scheduled Weekends||Oct. 14-15|
|Scheduled Weekends||Oct. 28-29|
|Scheduled Weekends||Nov. 4-5|
|Scheduled Weekends||Nov. 11-12|
|Contingency Weekends||Dec. 2-3|
|Contingency Weekends||Dec. 9-10|
|Contingency Weekends||Dec. 16-17|
The Red Line will run normally for the Head of the Charles (Oct. 21-22), the weekend of Nov. 18-19, and Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 25-26).
Potential Schedule Changes
It's possible that trains may run normally on some scheduled weekends, if inclement weather or construction delays prevent work from moving forward.
How Your Journey Will Be Affected
Shuttle buses will be running between Kendall, Charles/MGH, and Park Street
Buses will run on a loop between the 3 stations. You won't be charged to connect back to the Red Line at either shuttle bus terminal.
The trip will take about 15 minutes from Kendall to Park Street:
- 8 minutes from Kendall to Charles/MGH
- 7 minutes from Charles/MGH to Park Street
All shuttle stops are located about 100 feet from their respective Red Line T station.
If you're traveling towards Park Street, find your shuttle bus location below:
If you're traveling towards Kendall, find your shuttle bus location below:
Park Street (Outbound)
Tips for Planning Your Journey
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Use our Trip Planner.
Trip Planner is an easy way to get time estimates for your journey and find alternate routes.
Follow the Construction
You can also find out more about the work being done this fall at MassDOT's Longfellow Bridge project website.