BOSTON (WHDH) – Shutdowns for the D-branch of the Green Line begin Saturday, September 24 and are expected to continue through late September and October, according to the MBTA.
The Transportation Authority announced the closures earlier this month, detailing how the branch will transition to shuttle service for three different 9-day periods.
The shutdowns were ordered to allow crews to replace about 600 feet of track, repair station crossings, and install collision-prevention equipment.
The full list of closure dates includes:
- 24 Sept-Oct 2
- 8 Oct-Oct 16
- Oct 22-Oct 30
MBTA officials previously said this is expected to be the final Green Line closure for the foreseeable future.
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