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During the construction at Quincy Center, please use Hancock Street to pick-up or drop-off passengers. Started Sep 25 10:21PM
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Red Line

The pedestrian walkway near Kendall/MIT Station (inbound) is closed until further notice due to MIT construction. Started Sep 25 10:22PM
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The pedestrian bridge at the Braintree Parking Garage will be closed through Summer 2020 due to construction. Started Sep 25 10:23PM
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Shuttle buses replace Red Line service between North Quincy and Braintree stations from about 8:45 PM until the end of service on Mondays - Fridays from February 4 to February 15. Starts Feb 15 8:45PM Until Feb 16 2:30AM
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Shuttle buses will replace Red Line service between Alewife and Harvard on weekends from February 9 to March 10 due to track work. Starts Mar 10 4:30AM Until Mar 11 2:30AM
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Shuttle buses replace Red Line service between North Quincy and Braintree stations from about 8:45 PM until the end of service on Sundays - Thursdays from December 9 to January 31, excluding January 20. Starts Jan 31 8:45PM Until Feb 1 2:30AM
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