MBTA says the Framingham/Worcester commuter rail tracks have been cleared of trees and is operating on a normal schedule. Motorists might wish to avoid Route 126 ((Old Conn path) at Framingham/Wayland line. Parts of Route 9 still without power.
MBTA says the Framingham/Worcester commuter rail tracks have been cleared of trees and the rail is operating on a normal schedule, with minor delays. Motorists might wish to avoid Route 126 (Old Conn Path) at Framingham/Wayland line. A tree fell on wires and the road is still blocked. (see photo.) Parts of Route 9 are still without power. Traffic signals may be out, including the one at Temple St. Framingham Patch has a couple of reports that the signal at Edgell and Route 9 is still out also. Salem End Road is closed from Badger/Gates, at Temple and Route 9. Reports from a reader that the Country Club area is backed up with traffic at 8 a.m. For those who use Riverside MBTA station in Newton. It is closed due to a tree.