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MBTA Resumes Service After Hurricane Sandy Shutdown

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A tree fell onto the trolley wires on the Green Line during Hurricane Sandy Monday. (Photo courtesy: MBTA)

A tree fell onto the trolley wires on the Green Line during Hurricane Sandy Monday. (Photo courtesy: MBTA)

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BOSTON (CBS) – Most MBTA service resumed Tuesday morning, a day after the system was shut down for Hurricane Sandy.

Commuters should expect residual storm related delays and set aside additional time for their rides.

There is one change in subway service.  Bus shuttles will replace trains on the Green Line D-Branch between Riverside and Newton Highlands stations Tuesday.

The Providence/Stoughton commuter line will remain suspended between Mansfield and Wickford Junction Stations due to downed trees and power lines.

Customers requiring service to Boston are encouraged to park at the Route 128 station for a ride to South Station.

There is still bad news for commuter boat riders. All boat service remains suspended until further notice.

Every commuter should check MBTA.com for updates.

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