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mbta-route-39-casey-arborway-october-2017As part of the Casey Arborway Project, the MBTA Route 39 bus will cease operating from the Route 39 loop at the northern (towards Doyle’s Café and the Monument) end of the Forest Hills Station block following the end of bus operations on Friday, October 13.

Beginning with the start of bus operations on Saturday, October 14, Route 39 will operate from the upper busway at Forest Hills Station.  Passengers looking to access the 39 should exit to the upper busway as normal and turn to their right as they exit the station.  Riders should note that this move to the upper busway is permanent.

The area formerly occupied by the Route 39 loop will immediately become part of the Casey Arborway work zone.  A safe pedestrian route from Forest Hills Station’s northern exit to Hyde Park Avenue and South Street will be maintained.  The image shows bus operations as they will be beginning on Saturday, October 14.

A new traffic signal will be activated on Washington Street to allow buses to exit onto Washington Street. The signal at South Street adjacent to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post will remain active.

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