T Service Restored

By Dustin Wlodkowski 4-19-2013  

WEBN Staff Photo
WEBN Staff Photo

The T has reopened and the “shelter in place” order has been lifted.  So that means everyone can start to move around.  However there is a warning that it is still la dangerous situation.

Boston’s mass transit system will run at full capacity although Copley Station will remain closed because it’s still within a crime scene.

Governor Deval Patrick announced these changes at a press conference in Watertown,MA this evening.

He appeared with State Police Colonel Timothy Alben who announced that the second suspect in the Boston Marathon Bombing remains unapprehended.

So state officials have urged the public to remain vigilant as the transit system reopens.