Geographically accurate map of the Boston subway system from 2003
This is a
list of stations on the in MBTA subway Greater Boston. All stations are operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. This list includes all Rapid Transit, Light Rail, and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) stations currently open on the MBTA's subway system. There are 146 stations on the 5 line system, all of which are located primarily within the Greater Boston area. Boylston and Park Street stations, which opened in 1897, were the first two subway stations in the United States. [1 ] [2 ]
Station Indicates the MBTA's official name for the station. If the station is handicap accessible in some way, a wheelchair symbol appears next to the station name. (See
MBTA accessibility for further details.)
Line (Branch) Indicates the lines that stop at the given station. A
boldface line designation indicates that the station is a terminus for that line. When all branches of a line stop at a station, only the line is shown.
Connections Denotes any links to
Amtrak trains or the MBTA's Commuter Rail lines at the station.
City/neighborhood Identifies the municipality (or for Boston, the neighborhood) in which the station is located.
Station info A link to the station's information on http://mbta.com.
Stations [ edit ]
Planned Stations [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "BOSTON'S SUBWAY FINISHED; After Many Protests and Complaints Rapid Transit for the Hub Is Assured. THE COST WAS $5,000,000 Perfection of the Project May Result in the Erection of an Elevated Railroad, Arrangements for Which Have Already Been Made". The New York Times. August 15, 1897.
^ Assembly Square Station. Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. Accessed February, 23, 2012
^ a b c d e f Critical Path Schedule. Massachusetts Department of Transportation. Accessed February, 23, 2012
^ a b c d e f About this Project. Massachusetts Department of Transportation. Accessed February, 23, 2012
External links [ edit ]