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The pedestrian walkway near Kendall/MIT Station (inbound) is closed until further notice due to MIT construction. Started Feb 1
Access to the Kendall/MIT Station will remain open and accessible on the Main Street side of the station throughout this construction.
The pedestrian plaza between Carleton Street and Main Street in Kendall Square will be closed due to the construction of an underground garage.
Customers are encouraged to utilize alternative paths to/from the station using the paths on Ames Street, Dock Street, or Wadsworth Street.
The pedestrian bridge at the Braintree Parking Garage is permanently closed due to garage renovations. MBTA.com/southshore Started Feb 1
For access to Braintree Station, travel down to the first floor and use the pedestrian crosswalk to enter the station at the street level.
This construction is part of the South Shore Parking Garages Improvements and Renovations Project. The pedestrian bridge will be replaced by a new garage lobby featuring elevators and stairwells.
North Quincy-Braintree shuttle
Signal repairs are ongoing through the affected area from JFK/UMass to/from Fields Corner & North Quincy. During this time, trains may stand by at stations longer than normal and/or operate slowly between them. Please plan for additional travel time. Started Aug 8
Shuttle buses replacing Red Line service between Broadway and Kendall/MIT on weekends (starting at 8:45 PM on Fridays) on November 16 - December 15, Except November 29 - December 1. More: MBTA.com/buildingabettert Starts Dec 15 Until Dec 16
Diversion begins at 8:45 PM on Fridays and at all times on Saturdays and Sundays. Regularly scheduled service begins at the start of service on Mondays. Shuttle bus locations, travel alternates and other information will be added to this alert when available.
Please visit MBTA.com/buildingabettert or MBTA.com/rlimprovement for more.
Diversion in effect these weekends:
November 15 - 17
November 22 - 24
December 6 - 8
December 13 - 15
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