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Severe delays on Red Line, Green Line going slow

Don't get caugh in the rain — here's what you need to know about your Tuesday afternoon commute.

Red Line is experiencing severe delays Tuesday afternoon.

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Delays are slowing down commuters all over the tracks Tuesday afternoon.

The Red Line is experiencing the most severe delays, with Boston Fire Department activity keeping movement to a crawl along the entire line, according to MBTA real-time service alerts. No word as of 5 p.m.on what that activity is.

A disabled train is causing moderatedelaysalong the B branch of the Green Line.

So far, Orange Line, Mattapan Trolley and Silver Line riders are still in for a clearride home.

No such luck for bus riders. As of 5 p.m., 49 bus lines are experiencing slowdowns thanks to rush-hour traffic.

On the commuter line, Kingston Train 048, which departed at 4:02 p.m. is running an hour behind schedule due to an earlier disabled train. The Fitchburg line is running about a half hour behind, while a Franklin train, Haverhill train, a Lowell train and a Middleborough train are all running 10 to 20 minutes behind schedule.

No serious accidents, but typical traffic is slowing down commuters along Route 93 and 90, according to MassDOT real-time traffic data.

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