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Traffic Camera Burlington October 31, 2011MassDOT encourages motorists to travel safely during the upcoming Presidents’ Day weekend and be aware of service changes caused by the Monday holiday.

The Boston-Quincy I-93 HOV lane Northbound and Southbound will not be open on Monday, February 15.

Travelers should be aware of possible significant delays on I-91 South in Springfield on Sunday afternoons this winter and on the Monday holiday afternoon of Presidents’ Day, resulting from seasonal travel from Vermont, New Hampshire, and other northern destinations combined with lane closures on I-91 South as part of the I-91 Viaduct Rehabilitation Project.

The MBTA on Presidents’ Day will operate on a Saturday schedule for subways, buses, trolleys and commuter rail.

All Registry of Motor Vehicles offices and branches will be closed on Monday, February 15 for the Presidents’ Day holiday.  Please “Skip the Line” and visit the RMV online to begin or complete many transactions.

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