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MBTA New Locomotive, North Station, April 16, 2014Due to popular demand, the MBTA and Keolis Commuter Services announced the Commuter Rail will operate on a Regular Weekday Schedule on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 19.

 

Commuter Rail customers should visit mbta.com and check train schedules.

The MBTA subway schedule follows:

The Red Line will operate a Saturday schedule.
The Orange Line will operate a Saturday schedule.
The Blue Line will operate a Saturday schedule.
The Green B-, C-, D-, and E-Lines will operate a Saturday schedule.
The Silver Line will operate a weekday schedule.

Buses will operate on a Saturday schedule.

Information on Martin Luther King Jr. Day scheduling is available at http://www.mbta.com/events/

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