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Blue Line Service Changes

The Blue Line travels nearly 6 miles from Bowdoin to Wonderland, with nearly 80,000 rider trips a day.

We're making harbor tunnel infrastructure upgrades to improve flood resilience and prevent water leaks and corrosion. We'll also be doing maintenance work to keep the tracks in good repair.

Shuttle schedules are subject to change, dependent on weather, city-wide events, and construction progress.


Shuttle Service During Coronavirus

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all riders are required to wear face coverings and should leave extra space between themselves and other riders. Shuttle capacity is limited to 20 people.

See the latest COVID-19 safety guidance


Between Bowdoin and Airport

Blue line shuttle diagram in loop starting at Airport, then Maverick, Aquarium, State (drop-off only), Government Center, Bowdoin (drop-off only), Maverick, Airport. Note that Maverick is bypassed by the express shuttles.

Weekend of August 15 – 16, 2020

Shuttles run all day Saturday and Sunday.

Shuttles will stop at State and Bowdoin for drop off only. Shuttles will pick up and drop off at nearby Government Center.

Some shuttles will run express from Airport Station, bypassing Maverick Station. Riders seeking the express shuttle should see station personnel and/or station signage for more information and pick up/drop off areas.

Shuttle Map

Note: Exact shuttle route may change due to traffic and road conditions.

accessible Shuttle Accessibility

Shuttles are accessible to people with disabilities. Some bus shuttles may be provided by third-party contractors and will look different than MBTA buses. Some may provide accessibility via a lift in the back rather than a ramp in front.

Trains Run at Reduced Speed

Following track work, the MBTA typically implements speed restrictions as a safety precaution. These restrictions can last for several days and are put in place to monitor for proper settlement and consolidation of new track and stone ballast. Speed restrictions are lifted once engineers have confirmed proper settlement has occurred.

Building a Better T

As part of our $8 billion, 5-year capital investment plan, we're renovating stations, modernizing fare collection systems, upgrading services for our buses, subways, and ferries, and improving the accessibility of the entire system.

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Building a Better T

As part of our $8 billion, 5-year capital investment plan, we're renovating stations, modernizing fare collection systems, upgrading services for our buses, subways, and ferries, and improving the accessibility of the entire system.

Learn more

Related Projects

View all projects