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MBTA LogoThe MBTA has scheduled necessary track maintenance activities on the Orange Line for this weekend, Saturday, August 1st and Sunday, August 2nd. Weekend service will be suspended between Forest Hills and Ruggles Stations.

During the suspension of service, work crews will remove and replace rail ties in the southwest corridor. Orange Line service will run from Oak Grove to Ruggles Station. Substitute bus service will run from Ruggles to Forest Hills Station.

Regularly scheduled service will operate on Monday, August 3rd.

Commuters seeking additional information about MBTA projects may visit http://www.mbta.com/about_the_mbta/t_projects/. Please refer to MBTA service updates for additional information on train schedules.

We apologize for any inconvenience these service suspensions may cause. Customers can look forward to significant service improvements once this work is completed.

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