Commuter Rail service is back after a barge hits a bridge
SALEM, Mass. -- The Commuter Rail got back on track Saturday, after a barge hits a bridge in Beverly.
The MBTA says within the hour commuter rail services between the Beverly and Salem stations resumed.
This after an accident that left passengers using shuttle buses between stops
The Coast Guard continues to investigate what caused the collision and how to prevent it from happening again.
The Mattapan trolley, connecting Ashmont and Mattapan stations on the red line, also announced its reopening Saturday.
Service was suspended for nearly 18 months for reconstruction and maintenance.
Work continues at six other stations along the red line through the spring.
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