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The MBTA resumed service early Tuesday morning

As of 5 a.m., the MBTA was up and running again.

After a 15-hour long hiatus during Hurricane Sandy, the MBTA resumed service at 5 a.m. Tuesday.

However, there are some delays and service disruptions, so T officials are urging customers to check their website MBTA.com for specific service information, and allow extra time for their morning commute Tuesday.

Bus shuttles will replace trains on the Green Line D-Branch between Riverside and Newton Highlands stations. All other subway lines will resume regularly scheduled service with residual delays, officials said.

The Providence/Stoughton Line will remain suspended between Mansfield and Wickford Junction stations due to downed trees and power lines. Customers requiring service to Boston are encouraged to park at Route 128 Station for service to Boston - South Station and check MBTA.com and T-Alerts for updated service information.

All other commuter rail lines will resume regularly scheduled service with delays, however boat service is suspended until further notice.

 
 
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