State officials reopened Wednesday part of a Massachusetts Turnpike exit in Boston near Monday’s deadly bombings.
The Prudential ramp at Exit 22 on the eastbound side of Interstate 90 reopened at around 10 a.m. The Copley ramp at that exit remains closed until further notice, the state Department of Transportation said.
Copley Station on the MBTA’s Green Line also remains closed until further notice, the statement said.
Except for some bus routes around Copley Square, all T service is running normally.
But numerous bus routes were scheduled to be diverted Thursday because of President Obama’s planned visit to Boston, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority announced.
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Meanwhile, several streets in the Back Bay reopened as law enforcement scaled back the massive crime scene.
Around 3 p.m., Boylston Street, between Massachusetts Avenue and Hereford Street, opened, along with Hereford, Belvidere, and Dalton streets, according to a statement from Boston police.
Clarendon Street will remain open to cross Boylston, but no turns will be allowed onto Boylston, police said.