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NEW: WRTA Still on Schedule, MBTA Shutting Down at 2PM

Monday, October 29, 2012

 

Worcester Regional Transit Authority buses are currently running on a regular weekday schedule, despite deteriorating weather conditions throughout the Central Mass region as Hurricane Sandy approaches throughout the day.

Riders should continue to watch TheRTA.com for service alerts and annoucnements.

However, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has announced that it will suspent all service as of 2:00p.m. today. Customers are encouraged to make final MBTA trips as early as possible to ensure safe arrival at their destination.

Regularly scheduled service will operate until service is suspended.

Customers are encouraged to check MBTA.com, follow the MBTA on Twitter @mbtaGM, and check local news broadcasts for updates throughout the storm. Customers interested in receiving text or e-mail updates are encouraged to sign up for T-Alerts.

The MBTA CharlieCard Store is closed Monday as well. 

 

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