The New England Patriots' regular season home opener is Monday at 7PM, with heavy traffic expected as the game begins after rush hour.
To avoid the traffic, MBTA Commuter Rail again this year offers Special Train service from South Station and Providence Station for all home games of the New England Patriots. The round trip fare is $12.
Round trip tickets may be purchased in advance and on game day at the MBCR ticket windows located at South Station and Back Bay and on the trains when boarding at Norwood Central, South Attleboro, Attleboro and Mansfield. On Game Day, tickets will be sold at Dedham Corp. Center Station.
Visit the MBTA website to learn more.
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