MBTA repair work could snarl Brookline recreational pot shop opening


The state’s first recreational cannabis dispensary on an MBTA rapid transit line is set to open Saturday, but the train won’t be running.

The MBTA will replace trains on the Green Line D Branch with shuttle buses between Kenmore stop and Reservoir stop on weekends starting March 23 until May 5.

The change will directly affect New England Treatment Access (NETA), which is opening of Greater Boston’s first recreational dispensary on Saturday steps from the Brookline Village stop, and had hoped…

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