Symphony (MBTA station)

Symphony (MBTA Station)


Symphony (MBTA station)

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Symphony is an underground light rail stop in Boston, Massachusetts on the "E" branch of the MBTA Green Line. It is located at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Huntington Avenue. Symphony is the outermost underground station on the "E" branch; after leaving Symphony, outbound trolleys emerge onto the surface and continue down the median of Huntington Avenue.


Formerly, Symphony and Prudential were the only two underground stops on the Green Line where riders paid boarding the train rather than when entering the station. This changed in May 2006 when the MBTA installed the Charlie Card / Charlie Ticket electronic fare collection system at the station. Passengers now pay with their Charlie Card/Ticket when entering the station, and can board at any door to the train.



This station is not wheelchair accessible; the closest accessible station is Massachusetts Avenue on the Orange Line.

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