"Digital signs across the region warn drivers about detours for the Boston Marathon starting early Monday morning. But state officials have several tips on how to get around either by car or rails on Patriot’s Day.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is encouraging travelers to use its real-time tools to find travel times between specific destinations.
“We encourage all members of the public to think about their trips and about events such as the Boston Marathon which may impact how people will get to their destinations,” said Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver in a press release.
The MBTA is offering a special $20 all-day commemorative Marathon ticket on the Framingham/Worcester line, which allows spectators to get on and off all day at station stops close to the Boston Marathon route, according to the release. The trains will operate on a regular weekday schedule on April 16, with some additional trains to support crowds."
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