MBTA To Eliminate Express Service Between Worcester & Framingham Due To Staffing Shortage

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FRAMINGHAM – The MBTA announced it will eliminate its express service from Worcester to Framingham on the commuter rail line, due to staffing shortages related to the surge in COVID-19 cases.

The temporary change will begin as soon as Monday, January 10.

Express trains from Worcester’s Union Station to Framingham, including the 502, 504, 506,523, 525, and 527, will now serve all four stops in between the two stations.

There is no change to the Worcester Line weekend schedule.

The MBTA said “normal train service will resume when workforce availability allows.”

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