MBTA to Shut Down Service 2 p.m. Monday Due to Sandy

Plan your trip home accordingly

Updated 10:48 a.m. with more info on the commuter rail.

If you braved the elements and took the T to work this morning, pack up your stuff now: The MBTA will shut down service at 2 p.m. due to severe weather caused by Hurricane Sandy.

According to the T website, the service suspension includes subway, bus and commuter rail service. Ferry service had already been suspended earlier in the day. The Ride remains open but users are "strongly encouraged" to call the contractor for their area to see if service is available.

Looking for more local updates on Hurricane Sandy? Check out our Newton Hurricane Info Center. You can also follow us on Facebookand Twitter or sign up for our email newsletters.

The Massachusetts Bay Commuter Rail Co. (MBCR) notes on its Twitter feed that all trains scheduled before the 2 p.m. shutdown are expected to depart and complete their entire routes.


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