Orange Line Trains Will Be Replaced By Buses Beginning July 8

The bus replacement service between Sullivan Square and Oak Grove allows the MBTA to build the new Orange Line station at Assembly Square.

Beginning July 8, and going until Dec. 28, buses will replace evening Orange Line trains between Sullivan Square and Oak Grove every Sunday through Thursday, according to the MBTA.

On the effected nights, bus replacement service will begin at 9 p.m. and run until the T closes.

The bus replacements will allow the MBTA to shut down Orange Line tracks in order to build the new Orange Line station in Assembly Square. This change in service is part of a.

Tony H. June 27, 2012 at 07:47 PM
I can't believe Assembly Row station is being built. It's literally a stone's throw away from Wellington. They couldn't just build a walkway or offer shuttle service to/from Sullivan? Orange Line commuters now have to suffer with shuttle bus service for years and then, when the station is finished, will have a ridiculous extra stop on their commute to Boston forever. Don't get me wrong, I love the idea of Assembly Row and the improvements they're making to the area are great, but this is totally unnecessary. Good job MBTA, now you'll have another station you can't properly maintain.
Mike Cerullo June 29, 2012 at 01:16 AM
Never mind that the Green Line Extension may never be built!


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