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April 20, 2018

MBTA Improves Accuracy of Real-time Information for Subway

The system uses more sophisticated data to generate better predictions, and train arrival times are now refreshed every 6 seconds. Previously, times were between 15 and 45 seconds old.

April 5, 2018

Special Commuter Rail Fare and Service Information for Patriots' Day/Marathon Monday on April 16

The MBTA is offering a special $20 all-day pass on the Framingham/Worcester Line. Four Green Line stations will be closed for all or some part of the day: Copley, South Street, Kent Street, St. Mary’s Street.

April 4, 2018

Silver Line Tunnel Gets Engineering Assessment

Construction activity on Congress Street in the immediate vicinity of World Trade Center Station on the Silver Line resulted in loose pieces of concrete falling onto the inbound platform of the station.

April 2, 2018

FMCB Approves Contract to Rebuild Wellington Yard and Upgrade Orange Line Signal System

The $102.7 million contract was awarded to Barletta Heavy Division. The 36-month project is necessary to support the arrival of 152 new Orange Line cars.

March 29, 2018

New Early Morning Bus Routes Begin April 1

The MBTA will begin a one-year early morning bus service pilot on its busiest key bus routes serving neighborhoods within the immediate Boston core traveling to downtown Boston, the Seaport, and key stops in between beginning as early as 3:20 AM.

March 29, 2018

Weekend Bus Shuttle Service Effective April 7 on Franklin Line Between Forge Park/495 and Readville Stations for 8 Weekends

Weekend bus shuttles will run from April 7 to May 27 to accommodate the installation of federally mandated Positive Train Control (PTC) infrastructure.

March 23, 2018

Art by Boston-Area Teens to Premiere at MBTA Stations on Monday, March 26

Created in collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, these innovative video works share the creative voices of young people in our city.

March 23, 2018

Extra Transit Service Saturday, March 24 for the Boston March for Our Lives

The MBTA will provide extra service on the Red, Orange, Green, and Blue Lines. Expect a heavy volume of passengers in the downtown area and on the Orange Line. It may be necessary to temporarily close Park Street and/or Boylston Street Stations.

March 20, 2018

AFC 2.0 to Support Faster Trips on Buses and Green Line Trains

AFC 2.0 benefits include convenient payment options, all-door boarding, tap on for all modes, and accessibility improvements.

March 20, 2018

MBTA Plans Regularly Scheduled Service for Thursday, March 22

The MBTA is taking proactive measures to maintain regularly scheduled service levels during and after the storm. The Mattapan Trolley may be replaced with bus shuttles, and some buses may operate on snow routes.