MBTA Service Suspended in Several Places After Boston Marathon Blasts

After two explosions rocked the 117th Boston Marathon near the finish line, and a third occurred at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library at the University of Massachusetts at Boston, several MBTA services in downtown Boston have been suspended. 

Green line service between the Kenmore Square and Park Street stations has been suspended, but will continue running between Lechmere and North Station, says the MBTA. Here's a full update on train services as of 3:30pm:

Due to police activity, the Green Line is terminating service between Kenmore and Park Street Stations.

Green Line service will continue to run between Lechmere and Government Center Stations.

Green B- and C-Lines are temporarily suspended. 

Green D-Line service will run only between Riverside to Fenway. 

Green E-Line service will continue to run between Northeastern and Brigham Circle. For customers desiring service between Brigham Circle and Health Street, please utilize Route 39 bus service. 

The Red Line is also bypassing Park Street Station with the Red and Orange Line bypassing Downtown Crossing Station. 

Customers desiring service in the Back Bay and downtown areas should utilize the Orange Line to Back Bay and Chinatown Stations and the Red Line service to South Station.

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