Update on latest snow emergency

The Chamber is working with city and state officials to prepare for the impending snowstorm, and we are encouraging those who live and work in Greater Boston to take precautions.

Mayor Menino has declared a snow emergency that will go into effect at 12 p.m. (noon) tomorrow, February 8.

According to the most recent reports, this storm could bring blizzard conditions with up to two feet of snow to the Greater Boston region between Friday and Saturday.

The Mayor is encouraging employers to adhere to tomorrow’s snow emergency and is urging commuters to take public transportation and stay off the roads. As of now, the MBTA will be running normal weekday service on all subway and commuter rail lines. This is subject to change depending on the weather. Click here to access service updates from the MBTA.

The Chamber will continue to coordinate with the Mayor’s office and with state officials in order to help facilitate a smooth and safe commute for employees throughout the region.

UPDATE: The MBTA will stop service at 3:30pm on Friday, February 8.