‘It’s frustrating’: After Red Sox parade, commuters faced long waits outside North Station

“It’s frustrating."

People waited in line at North Station. –Danny McDonald/Globe Staff

Hundreds of North Station commuters and Red Sox revelers faced long lines stretching down Causeway Street during Wednesday’s rush hour, as officials predicted record ridership on the commuter rail.

With the Sox championship parade wrapping up this afternoon and workers leaving the office for the day, commuter rail riders were asked to queue on the street heading toward the North Station entrances. Keolis Commuter Services, the private company that operates the commuter rail for the T, said extra trains are ready to provide additional service through the afternoon. Yet on social media, riders claimed to have been in line for 45 minutes or longer, and some worried they would not arrive home in time to trick or treat with their children on Halloween night.


Edna Vicente, who works at Massachusetts General Hospital and lives in Reading, said the city should schedule the next championship parade for a Saturday.

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World Series revelers have long wait times at North Station on their commute home after the parade. —Michael Swensen for The Boston Globe

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