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Marathon Incident VisualResponse to the Boston Marathon explosions includes continuing traffic and public transportation impacts in the Boston Copley Square area.

In Boston, I-90 Eastbound Exit 22, the Prudential Ramp ONLY has been reopened as of Wednesday, April 17, 10am.  The Copley Ramp remains closed until further notice.

The MBTA Copley Station remains closed until further notice.  All other normal service has resumed.  Check the MBTA website for the latest alerts.

MBTA Bus Routes currently affected include:

Route 9- Buses are unable to service St. James St; Dartmouth St; Ring Rd; Boylston St. and Copley Station. The route will begin/terminate at Back Bay Station on the Dartmouth St. side.

Route 10- Buses are unable to service St. James St; Dartmouth St. The route will begin/terminate at Back Bay Station on the Dartmouth St. side.

Route 39- Buses are unable to service Copley Station, Boylston St; Huntington Ave; Belvidere St; and Dalton St. Connections can be made on Huntington Ave. at Gainsborough St. and at Back Bay Station on the Clarendon St. side.

Route 55- Buses are unable to service Copley Station, Boylston St; Huntington Ave; Belvidere St; and Dalton St. The route will begin/terminate at Back Bay Station on the Dartmouth St. side. Connections can be made at Back Bay Station and on Boylston St. at Ipswich St.

Routes 502 & 503- Buses are unable to service Stuart St, Copley Square, St. James St; and Dartmouth St. The route will begin/terminate on Federal St. at Franklin St.

For other important Marathon response resources, please visit the Mass.Gov blog.

 

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