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Orange Line corridor traffic disruption expected to start Monday

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

An exceptional new wave of traffic is coming for the Orange Line corridor Monday, MBTA officials are warning.
Though the Orange Line won't close its doors until 9 p.m. Friday, alternative transit plans for the 30-day shutdown will start to be put into place Monday.
MassDOT's Highway Division issued an advisory warning “travelers of all modes” in the Orange Line area will see an uptick in traffic congestion Monday as roadway modifications are made to support the new MBTA shuttles.
Free shuttle buses will run between Oak Grove and Haymarket/Government Center and between Forest Hills and Back...
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