Boston College (MBTA station)

Boston College (MBTA Station)


Boston College (MBTA station)

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The Boston College station is the western terminus of the MBTA Green Line's B-branch (also known as the "Boston College" line). It is located at St Ignatius Square on the Boston College campus in Brighton, Massachusetts, near the intersection of Commonwealth Avenue and Lake Street.

Originally called Lake Street, the station was once the eastern terminus of another trolley line, the Commonwealth Avenue Street Railway, operated by the Middlesex and Boston Street Railway until 1930. The route of the former trolley line is evidenced by the grassy, tree-lined median which runs the entire length of Commonwealth Avenue in Newton.<!--did trains continue through, or was a transfer required here?-->

In 2007, Boston College has released its 10 Year Institutional Master Plan which includes a plan to relocate the station to the median of Commonwealth Avenue, just east of the Lake Street intersection.


The station is accessible when served by the MBTA's newer low-floor trolley cars. See MBTA accessibility.

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