The Red Line will operate at reduced service levels for Wednesday morning commuting, as work on the truck's derailment and removal of the train derailing on Tuesday at the JFK / UMass station continues until the early hours of the morning.
] According to a statement by Lisa Battiston, spokeswoman for the MBTA, the journey on the Red Line is expected to take 20 minutes longer.
Red Line trains operate at reduced speed in the JFK / UMass area, Battiston said.
Drivers in the Braintree branch have to change trains at the JFK / UMass station to drive to the South Station Tuesday.
Drivers in the Ashmont branch do not need to change, according to T.
Passengers can also take the Middleborough / Lakeville, Kingston / Plymouth, Greenbush and Fairmount local trains with a CharlieCard or CharlieTicket
"Additional local trains will operate to a limited extent between Braintree and the South Station, "said the MBTA.
Local trains will leave Braintree at 6:20, 8:00 and 9:00: 30:00, Quincy Center at 6:30, 8:1
Unlike on Tuesday, when heavy rain worsened commuting for thousands of passengers, the forecast for Wednesday is more promising.
] It is expected that the weather will be sunny during the morning commute and it will not rain according to the National Weather Service in the 1960's.