Boston's Green Line, Orange Line Not Stopping At Haymarket Station

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — T riders on the Orange Line and Green Line may experience longer wait times and stop changes over the weekend.

On Saturday, January 21, and Sunday, January 22, there will be service delays on the Orange Line because of a mechanical issue found on one of the trains during an inspection, the MBTA announced on Saturday.

The Green Line and the Orange Line will not stop at Haymarket station in either direction on both Saturday and Sunday. The change is to allow for demolition work at the Government Center Garage. The MBTA said an accessible shuttle will be available when requested.

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The MBTA is also reminding Green Line riders that CharlieCards and tappable CharlieTickets must be validated at the fare vending machine before boarding the train at Ball Square, College Avenue, East Somerville, Gilman Square, and Magoun Square. The older insertable CharlieTickets can only be validated at fareboxes onboard trains, according to the MBTA.

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