Buses to replace trains on part of Orange Line on five nights per week during June, Aug., Sept., Oct.
Subway service between the Orange Line’s four most northern stations will be replaced by buses after 9 p.m. on five days each week during a few stretches this summer and fall, according to the MBTA.
Shuttles will run between Oak Grove Station and Sullivan Square Station from 9 p.m. until the end of service on every Sunday through Thursday from: June 4 to June 20; Aug. 4 to 8; and Sept. 2 to Oct. 10, officials said.
The buses, which are accessible for people with disabilities, will stop at those two stations as well as at the two stations in between: Malden Center Station and Wellington Station, according to the T’s website.
During the times the four subway stations and their connecting tunnels are shut down, MBTA crews plan to perform work on the Assembly Square Station Project, officials said.
Meanwhile, T officials said that "the Orange Line may experience some minor delays in service due to the Oak Grove Platform Rehabilitation Project." That project, scheduled to continue into September, includes complete reconstruction of the Oak Grove Station platforms. The station will remain accessible for people with disabilities throughout the project.
For more information, contact the MBTA Customer Communications Department at 617-222-3200, TTY: 617-222-5146.
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