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MBTA ReviewCustomers are urged to take public transportation as the MBTA will accommodate thousands of extra riders throughout Greater Boston for the 2013 Boston Marathon on Patriots' Day, Monday, April 15.

The T will increase service to rush-hour levels before and after the race on Monday.

Pre-marathon events scheduled this upcoming weekend before the race will cause changes to various bus routes in and around Copley Square. On Marathon Monday, certain bus routes on both the North and South sides will be diverted.

The schedule includes the following:

• The Red Line, Orange Line, Blue Line, and Silver Line will operate a regular weekday schedule with rush-hour levels of service before and after the race.
• The Green B-, C-, D-, and E-Lines will operate a regular weekday schedule with rush-hour levels of service before and after the race. Copley Station will be CLOSED. The Berkley Street entrance/exit of Arlington Station will remain closed. The "B" section of Hynes Convention Center located on Boylston Street will be available for exit only.

For the safety of our customers, the following Green Line stations will be closed between 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM on Marathon Monday:

South Street
Kent Street
St. Mary's Street

A complete list of bus and subway schedule changes is available at mbta.com.

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