Alewife Station Garage To Partially Reopen After Vehicle Crash On Top Floor

Photo: Courtesy of the MBTA Transit Police.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Days after a vehicle was intentionally crashed into a top concrete barrier in the Alewife Parking Garage, transportation officials say some of the garage will be open to drivers on Wednesday.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority detailed which floors would reopen on Twitter:

Meantime, the station itself remains closed— with shuttles anticipated to replace service to Davis Square for the rest of the week. Debris has been removed from the lobby area with crews moving in to assess the integrity of the building.

While repairs and assessments are underway, MBTA officials recommend that commuters take advantage of the MBTA Trip Planner to map out their travels.

Read More: Alewife Station Closed Monday After Weekend Parking Garage Crash

Interim MBTA General Manager Jeff Gonneville said earlier in the week that the station's mezzanine is one of the main damaged areas and did not give a timeline on repairs.

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