29 MBTA Bus Routes Set To Change Sunday

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) – Beginning this Sunday, September 1st, some MBTA riders will need to take a different bus or head to a new stop as a number of bus routes are set to change.

These 29 route changes mark the the first from what has been dubbed the "Better Bus Project."

CT1

Route CT1 will be cancelled. Most CT1 stops are served by the Route 1 bus.

Learn more about changes to Route CT1

4

Route 4 will bypass stops on Northern Ave. Two new stops will open nearby, at Seaport Blvd and Sleeper St.

Learn more about changes to Route 4

5

Route 5 will be cancelled. Route 5 riders can take the Route 10 and Route 16 from their current stop or from stops nearby.

Learn more about changes to Route 5

16

We're adding weekday and Saturday service on Route 16 to JFK/UMass and McCormack Housing.

Learn more about changes to Route 16

34E

Route 34E will bypass stops at Upland Woods and Xaverian Brothers High School.

Learn more about changes to Route 34E

44

Route 44's stops on Dudley St will shift to nearby Malcolm X Blvd.

Learn more about changes to Route 44

59

Route 59 will travel on Elliot St only during peak travel times in the peak direction. At other times, buses will serve only the Needham St part of the route.

Learn more about changes to Route 59

89

Route 89 will run between Davis and Clarendon Hill only on weekdays before 9 AM, and from 1 PM – 7 PM.

Learn more about changes to Route 89

90

Route 90 will no longer make stops beyond Assembly Row to Wellington Station.

Learn more about changes to Route 90

92

Route 92 will no longer make stops beyond Sullivan Square to Assembly Row.

Learn more about changes to Route 92

95

Route 95 will have new stops on High St and Medford St, between Arlington Center and Medford.

Learn more about changes to Route 95

106

Starting September 1, 2019, Route 106 will no longer provide service to Linwood Ave or Franklin Square. Inbound service will run via Forest St and Sylvan St on weekdays until 6 PM and on weekends until 9 PM.

Learn more about changes to Route 106

111

Route 111 will begin and end at Washington Ave @ Park Ave. Route 110 service will still serve all stops on Park Ave.

Learn more about changes to Route 111

120

Route 120 will no longer stop at Liberty Plaza in East Boston, and it will begin and end at Jeffries Point on Maverick St, instead of at Maverick Station.

Learn more about changes to Route 120

134

Route 134 will bypass the stop on Commercial St @ Mystic Valley.

Learn more about changes to Route 134

411

Weekday Route 411 service between Kennedy Drive and Jack Satter house will operate from 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM.

Learn more about changes to Route 411

424

Route 424 will begin and end at Wonderland, and will no longer provide service to Haymarket. All VFW Parkway service will shift to Revere St.

Learn more about changes to Route 424

428

Route 428 will begin and end at Main St @ Lynn Fells Parkway, and will no longer run north of Lynn Fells Parkway.

Learn more about changes to Route 428

435

Route 435 will no longer make stops in Pine Hill, instead traveling on Euclid Ave, Chestnut St, and Boston St.

Learn more about changes to Route 435

441, 442, 448, and 449

Routes 448 and 449 will be cancelled, and will be replaced by additional service on Routes 441 and 442.

Learn more about changes to Routes 441, 442, 448, and 449

455 and 459

Route 459 will be cancelled, and will be replaced by additional Route 455 service. In Revere, service will shift from VFW Parkway to Revere St.

Learn more about changes to Route 455 and 459

501, 502, 503, and 504

Routes 502 and 504 will no longer stop in Newton Corner on outbound trips during PM peak service. Routes 501 and 503 will stop at Newton Corner.

Learn more about changes to Routes 501, 502, 503 and 504

Head to the MBTA site for more details.

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