St. Marys Street station
An outbound train at St. Marys Street station in May 2011
|Location||Beacon Street at St. Mary's Street|
|Owned by||Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections||MBTA Bus: CT2, 47|
|Bicycle facilities||10 spaces|
|Passengers (2011)||1,532 (weekday average boardings)|
St. Marys Street is a surface light rail stop on the MBTA Green Line "C" Branch, located just west of the intersection of Beacon Street and Park Drive in the northeastern tip of Brookline, Massachusetts. Like all surface stops on the line, St Marys Street consists of two side platforms serving two tracks. The station is accessible.
St. Marys Street is the first outbound surface stop on the "C" Branch. The line emerges from the Beacon Street tunnel at the St. Marys Street portal, just east of the station. Until Kenmore was built in 1932, streetcars emerged from the Kenmore portal and ran down the median of Beacon Street from Kenmore Square.
St. Marys Street became accessible after work done under the Light Rail Accessibility Program in 2002.
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