First ride Monday morning of MBTA Orange Line shutdown – Boston 25 News

BOSTON – The MBTA Orange Line stop gets its first travel test Monday morning. The 30-day Orange Line closure began Friday night, meaning commuters will have to try alternative routes like commuter rail, shuttle buses, driving, biking or simply walking to get to their work, appointments or classes. Here’s some information to know right away as you check how it’s going, with the threat of rain on Monday.

Riders’ guide to navigating the Orange Line stop.

Monday morning forecast.

5:41 am: Boston 25’s Kelly Sullivan is live at the Oak Grove station where the shuttle buses are ready to roll

Our Jason Brewer will have live updates on Boston weather and travel forecasts on the 25th at 11am. Check in with Jason before you leave.

The Orange Line travel plan will be put to the test on Monday with a significant increase in traffic expected.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates as more information becomes available.

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