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What’s open and closed on New Year’s Day

The New Year’s Eve fireworks display in the Boston Harbor over Faneuil Hall in 2011.
The New Year’s Eve fireworks display in the Boston Harbor over Faneuil Hall in 2011. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff/File

Holiday observed: Tuesday.

Retail stores: Open at owners’ discretion.

Liquor stores: Open at owners’ discretion.

Supermarkets: Open at owners’ discretion.

Convenience stores: Open at owners’ discretion.

Taverns, bars: Open at owners’ discretion.

Banks: Closed.

Stock market: Closed.

Municipal, state, federal offices: Closed.

Libraries: Closed.

Schools: Closed.

Mail: Post offices closed; express delivery only.

MBTA: Subways, and buses on Sunday schedule. Commuter rail on Sunday schedule. Hingham and Charlestown commuter boats will not operate. The Ride on a Sunday schedule. For more information, call 617-222-3200.

Boston traffic rules:

Meters not enforced. All other parking rules apply.

Trash/recycling collection: The city will pick up trash and recycling on New Year’s Day, but there are changes to some schedules. Most neighborhoods with Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday only pickups will be delayed one day. These neighborhoods will all be on regular schedule: Neighborhoods with Monday pickup, those with Tuesday and Friday pickups, those with Monday and Thursday pickups, those with Monday and Friday pickups, and Charlestown with its Wednesday pickup. To monitor your neighborhood’s trash and recycling schedule, download the Trash Day App at: www.boston.gov/trash-day-schedule.

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