The MBTA is reporting subway and commuter rail lines are on schedule, while drivers on the Southeast Expressway and Interstate 93 north of the city were facing slowdowns from the Friday morning commute traffic around 7:15 a.m.
South of Boston, traffic on Route 24 northbound is being impacted by a car fire near Exit 17, the Route 123 interchange, and by accident in Randolph that has taken the breakdown lane, according to Total Traffic & Weather Network.
On other major highways around Greater Boston, including the Massachusetts Turnpike and Route 128, traffic is slowing due to building volume around 7:15 a.m., according to traffic monitors.
The T reported train 511 on the Framingham/Worcester commuter rail line and train 908 on the Stoughton were operating behind schedule. Other commuter rail lines and the subways were on schedule.