UPDATE: Thursday, June 23rd, 11am
The station has been reinstalled and is fully operational! Thank you for your patience during this outage.
UPDATE: Tuesday, June 21st, 4pm
Washington Street has been repaired and is awaiting lane-striping. Striping is scheduled to be complete by the evening of Wednesday, June 22nd. We are expecting the Hubway station to be redeployed by Friday afternoon, June 24th. Thank you for your patience.
UPDATE: Monday, June 13th, 1pm
To accommodate security of the area, ground settling, and other general safety issues, there will be a delay of at least one week before the station can be reinstalled at Washington / Waltham. We understand this is an inconvenience, and we will work with Boston Public Works and Boston Police to make sure this station can return as soon as possible after safety inspections are completed. Please stay tuned for updates.
UPDATE: Wednesday, June 8th, 3:30pm
The station will be out of order through this weekend. It is tentatively scheduled to return at an adjacent site on Monday, June 13th, pending cooperative weather conditions. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please stay tuned for updates.
Due to a water main break (see images below), the Hubway station located at Washington St at Waltham St, in Boston, will be closed, effectively immediately, Wednesday, June 8th, 7:30am, to enable police & service access. We expect the station to return following resolution of the issue, but there is currently no estimated timeline.
Please use a free app (search for “hubway” on a smartphone) or visit www.hubwaytracker.com for up to the minute information on system availability.
photos: Kyle Gates