Kenmore (MBTA station)

Kenmore (MBTA Station)


Kenmore (MBTA station)

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Kenmore (also known as Kenmore Square) is an MBTA light rail station in the Kenmore Square area of Boston, Massachusetts, and serves the Green Line B, C, and D branches. The station is located at the convergence of three major roads: Commonwealth Avenue, Brookline Avenue, and Beacon Street. Google Maps Retrieved 2008-02-02


Kenmore station is five stops and a nominal 12-minute ride from Park Street, the hub of the Green and Red Line. The station serves as the branching off point for the B, C, and D trains on the Green Line. While all trains converge on the same route going inbound (excepting the E train which doesn't join the others until Copley Square), when going outbound they split just before and somewhat after Kenmore station, branching off into different above-ground routes.

The tracks are configured for a dual-island platform, with outbound trains for the C and D branches sharing the outer tracks, and trains for the B branch on the inner tracks. The B branch uses a flying junction just west of the station to branch off, while the C and D branches continue together a short distance west of Kenmore station, and then split once more at an awkward flat junction. In addition, there is a special loopback track facing outbound, which allows inbound trains to loop back to outbound at Kenmore station rather than progressing further inbound.

The track layout is similar to, but not identical to the Kashirskaya station on...
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