The MBTA plans to close more than a dozen stations along the Red, Orange, and Green Lines this fall to tackle repairs to its aging network. Shuttle buses will replace regular service along all affected lines.
T officials didn’t give specific dates or times for some station closures, but here’s what we know so far about how each line will be affected under the plan.
■ Tufts Medical Center, Chinatown, Downtown Crossing, State, Haymarket, North Station, Community College, and Sullivan Square stations will close for six straight weekends in October and early November.
■ Broadway, South Station, Downtown Crossing, Park Street, Charles/MGH, and Kendall Square stations will close for four weekends in late November and early December.
■ The B branch will shut down on Sept. 7-8, Nov. 2-3, and Nov. 23-24, and B branch riders will be diverted on the C branch the weekend of Oct. 26-27.
■ Stations along the D branch will be closed for 14 weeks, as previously planned.
On all three lines, regular service is planned for Thanksgiving weekend and the weekend after, on Nov. 28.