Today, Wednesday, April 24, the MBTA Copley Station has reopened and Copley area buses are back on normal routes.
Due to The MIT Officer Sean Collier Memorial Service today at 12pm Noon, expect Cambridge-area bus route diversions through 4pm.
I-90 Exit 22 Copley and Prudential ramps and surrounding streets are reopened to traffic.
Thank you from MassDOT and the MBTA for your patience during the required service changes and roadway restrictions of the past nine days.
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