New Blue Hill Avenue Commuter Rail Station Opens in Boston's Mattapan Neighborhood - NBC10 Boston

New Blue Hill Avenue Commuter Rail Station Opens in Boston's Mattapan Neighborhood

The MBTA says the station took two years to build and cost $16.9 million

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    New Blue Hill Avenue Commuter Rail Station Opens

    The new Blue Hill Avenue commuter rail station opened Monday in Boston's Mattapan neighborhood.

    (Published Monday, Feb. 25, 2019)

    A new commuter rail station has opened in Boston.

    The Blue Hill Avenue stop opened in Mattapan Monday after it passed final inspections.

    The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority says the station took two years to build and cost $16.9 million. Officials say it was completed "on budget and on schedule."

    The station sits on the Fairmount Line, which runs exclusively through downtown Boston.

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    The station includes passenger shelters, message signage and video surveillance.


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