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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.


For the latest T updates, visit www.mbta.com.

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.

Matt Rocheleau can be reached at mjrochele@gmail.com.