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July 18, 2024

Major Red Line Braintree Branch Improvement Work to Take Place September 6 – 29, MBTA to Remove 20+ Speed Restrictions

Red Line Braintree branch service will be suspended for 24 days September 6 – 29 to accommodate this critical improvement work.

July 17, 2024

August Service Changes: MBTA Continues Repair Work to Improve Reliability Across the System

Service changes are planned on the Green, Orange, Mattapan, Red, and Haverhill lines.

July 11, 2024

MBTA Announces Public Access Naloxone Pilot, To Install Narcan Access Cabinets at Five Red Line Stations

In the coming weeks, Narcan will be available to the public at Quincy Center, Ashmont, Andrew, South Station, and Harvard.

July 10, 2024

MBTA Reminds Riders of Upcoming Red Line Service Suspension, Announces Update to This Weekend July 13 – 14 and Weekend of July 27 – 28’s Red Line Service Changes

Red Line service will be suspended between Alewife and Kendall/MIT beginning at approximately 8:15 PM through the end of service on Friday, July 12, and from Alewife to JFK/UMass during the weekends of July 13 – 14 and July 27 – 28. Red Line service continues to be suspended between Alewife and Kendall/MIT July 15 – 26 on weekdays, between Alewife and Park Street during weekend of July 20 – 21 and weekday evenings beginning at 8:30 PM July 15 – 26.

July 9, 2024

Healey-Driscoll Administration Celebrates Nearly $60 Million in “Low-No” Federal Grants to Electrify Buses

$40 million in funds from the FTA's Low or No Emissions Grant Program will support the T's Battery-Electric Bus Transition Phase 1B Project, which aims to replace the diesel-fueled buses at the Quincy Bus Maintenance Facility with state-of-the-art battery-electric buses.

July 9, 2024

MBTA Celebrates Opening of Worcester Union Station Center Platform

The new, high-level, center-running platform opened to passengers on Monday, July 1. The center-running platform improves Union station’s functionality, ridership capacity, safety, and will be fully accessible.

July 9, 2024

Red Line to Be Free Today from 3 PM to 7 PM

“We apologize to our riders affected by this morning’s incident involving a piece of track maintenance equipment. Understanding the impact of this issue, the Red Line will be free this afternoon and through the peak evening commute,” said MBTA General Manager and CEO Phillip Eng. “While this does not make up for your experiences this morning, we’re committed to continuously improving everything we do. This is our duty because we care about the public that we serve."

July 9, 2024

New Ways to Pay: MBTA Announces Contactless Payments Accepted Onboard Buses, Green Line Trolleys, Mattapan Line Trolleys, and at Subway Fare Gates Starting August 1

The MBTA is rolling out new ways to pay to provide an easier, more convenient, and modernized rider experience.

July 3, 2024

Take the Commuter Rail for Independence Day

Most trains will depart after the fireworks. Travel will be free on trains scheduled to arrive or depart from North and South Stations after 9:30 PM and the $10 Holiday Pass is available for unlimited travel throughout the day.

July 3, 2024

MBTA Achieves Historic Labor Agreements with Entire Workforce

The Healey-Driscoll Administration and MBTA General Manager Eng have secures contracts with all 28 unions in record time.