Here is Red Line's reduced schedule for Wednesday


The red line will operate at reduced service levels for the Wednesday morning commute, as work on the wagon and removal of the derailed train on Tuesday at JFK / UMass continues into the early hours. in the morning, officials said.

According to Lisa Battiston, a spokeswoman for the MBTA, travel on the red line is expected to take 20 minutes longer than usual, said in a statement.

The Red Line trains will operate at reduced speeds while crossing the JFK / UMass station area, Battiston said.

Users of the Braintree Branch will need to change trains at JFK / UMass to serve South Station, the transit agency tweeted shortly before 20:30 Tuesday.

Ashmont passengers will not need to change trains, T said.

Passengers can also take the Middleborough / Lakeville, Kingston / Plymouth, Greenbush and Fairmount suburban train lines by showing a CharlieCard or CharlieTicket, the MBTA said.

"Other commuter trains will be put into limited service between Braintree and South Station," the MBTA said.

Commuter trains will leave Braintree at 6:20 am, 8 am and 9:30 am, Quincy Center at 6:30 am, 8:10 am and 9:37 am and JFK / UMass at 6:50 am, 8:20 am and 9:55 am, according to the MBTA.

The countdown clocks of all Red Line stations have been temporarily disabled to avoid displaying inaccurate predictions, Battiston said.

Unlike Tuesday, when heavy rains worsened the movements of thousands of passengers, forecasts for Wednesday are more promising.

According to the National Weather Service, weather conditions during morning commutes should be sunny, with no rain and temperatures in the 60s, according to the National Weather Service.

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