Buses to replace trains on part of Orange Line from Dec. 29 to 30 and Jan. 5 to 6, 12 to 13, and 19 to 20
Buses will replace train service between Oak Grove Station and Sullivan Square Station on the Orange Line for four straight upcoming weekends, according to MBTA officials.
On the Saturdays and Sundays of Dec. 29 to 30; Jan. 5 to 6; Jan. 12 to 13; and Jan. 19 to 20, shuttles will stop at Oak Grove and Sullivan Square stations and the two stations between them, the T’s website said. The shuttles are accessible for people with disabilities.
Track, power, and signal work is planned to be done as part of the Assembly Square Station Project, T officials said.
In July, as part of that same project, buses began replacing train service after 9 p.m. on five days each week between the same four stops, a diversion that is scheduled to run through Dec. 28, except for on nights when events are held at TD Garden.
For more information, contact the MBTA customer communications department at 617-222-3200, TTY: 617-222-5146.