Temporary Changes to Lowell Commuter Rail Schedule Take Effect March 25

BOSTON – The MBTA and Keolis Commuter Services (Keolis), the operating partner for the MBTA Commuter Rail, have announced a temporary schedule change on the Lowell Line.  Eight mid-day trains will temporarily be eliminated to accommodate several important construction projects taking place on the line. The change will take effect at the beginning of service on March 25 and conclude in May.

The temporary schedule adjustment will allow for replacement of rail ties, as well as facilitate ongoing construction work on Winchester Center station, the Fiber Resiliency Project, and the High Line Bridge work.

  • The following inbound trains will not operate: 314, 318, 322, and 326.
  • The following outbound trains are also suspended: 311, 315, 319, and 323.

Peak inbound and outbound service will not be affected. An updated full schedule can be found at www.mbta.com/schedules/commuter-rail.

Passengers can stay connected with Commuter Rail by calling customer service at 617-222-3200, following @MBTA_CR on X or signing up for T-Alerts at www.mbta.com/alerts.