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What’s open, what’s closed for Patriots Day

State courts: Closed.

Federal courts: Open.

Local government: City and town halls are closed.

Libraries: Closed

Banks: Open

Stock market: Open

Post offices: Open

Schools: Patriots’ Day is part of a week-long school vacation for Massachusetts K-12 students.

The University of Massachusetts system, state universities and community colleges are closed Monday. Private colleges typically have class on Patriots’ Day.

Retails: Open, including liquor stores.

Massachusetts state parks: Open.

Trash pickup delayed one day.

The tax deadline is pushed back to Wednesday.

Because of safety concerns for the marathon, Copley Station will be closed for the entire day Monday. Customers are instead encouraged to use:

Arlington Station (serving all Green Line branches)

Prudential Station (Green Line E branch)

Hynes Convention Center Station (Green Line B, C and D branches)

Back Bay Station (Orange Line)

From approximately 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the South Street (B branch), Kent Street (C branch and St. Mary’s Street (C Branch) above-ground Green Line stations will be closed. The Red, Orange, Blue and Silver Lines will operate on a regular weekday schedule with rush-hour levels of service before and after the race. Buses and trackless trolleys will operate on a regular weekday schedule, although some bus routes will be detoured to accommodate the marathon and other festivities.

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