The MBTA has said commuters will continue to see delays into Wednesday following hours of delays Tuesday caused by snow removal and old equipment.
Monday’s winter storm dropped another 16 inches of snow on Boston and brought frigid temperatures. Some of the old equipment on the Red Line especially experienced issues in the cold.
MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott said, "We still have a lot of work to do."
Buses will continue to replace Mattapan Trolley service between Ashmont and Mattapan stations throughout the day Wednesday.
With the Patriots parade in Boston, the MBTA is warning passengers that trains will be crowded and recommend carpooling. However, they anticipate parking garages will fill up quickly.
Scott said, "Coming to a parade is a discretionary decision. We love the Patriots and I just say be safe first and foremost. We will do everything we can."
Additional staff will be at the major stations and ferry service is available.
Passengers can check updates on schedules on the MBTA website.
In addition, passengers looking to use MBTA services to reach the parade are encouraged to check schedules for reaching the parade route.
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Gov. Charlie Baker called Tuesday's snow-related MBTA delays "unacceptable," and said he will be taking a closer look at ways to improve service.
In addition to MBTA delays, traffic in Boston hit gridlock as snow-removal caused significant delays to those driving. Mayor Marty Walsh said officials removed nearly 1,250 truckloads of snow from the streets overnight Tuesday.