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Beginning at 10:00 PM on May 13, delays on the Route 111 bus are expected to increase due to additional lane closures on Route 1 in Chelsea & the Tobin Bridge. Riders are advised to seek alternate routes, especially during peak hours. MBTA.com/tobinbridge Started Apr 1
Due to MassDOT's Tobin Bridge/Chelsea Curves Rehabilitation Project, the Route 1 northbound lane closure will be extended through Chelsea and a southbound lane on the Tobin Bridge will be closed effective May 13. We expect this work will cause significant delays to buses on these roads, including Routes 111, 426, and 428.
For the Route 111, alternate service options include:
Commuter Rail: For service to downtown Boston and connections to the Green and Orange Lines. Customers may show their CharlieCard to the conductor for travel between Chelsea and North Station, a 10-minute trip. Parking is not available at Chelsea Station.
Silver Line - SL3: SL3 connects to the Blue Line (via Airport Station), Red Line (via South Station), and the Commuter Rail at Chelsea Station, along with other Silver Line routes. Monthly LinkPasses are valid for travel on the SL3 and subway. Inbound SL3 fares are being waived from Chelsea, Bellingham Square, Box District, and Eastern Ave duringMore...
Starting September 1, 2019, Route 111 will begin and end at Washington Ave @ Park Ave. Route 110 service will still serve all stops on Park Ave. To learn more about this change and view a map of changes, visit mbta.com/betterbus-111 Started Jul 31 Until Sep 14
This change is part of the first round of Better Bus Project service updates going into effect this year.
Changes like this will help improve the reliability and flexibility of our bus system, and are based on feedback from over 3,000 MBTA bus riders like you, along with planners, drivers and consultants.
You can learn more about how were improving bus service throughout the region at mbta.com/betterbusMore...
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