Transportation is critical for any city to grow and prosper, and Boston is no different. On March 22nd, the Government Center T Stop closed for two years for a major overhaul. While this is a challenge for commuters during that time, the outcome stands to offer passengers a new gateway to Government Center.
From bisnow.com, speaking with MassDOT secretary Richard Davey:
“When construction is completed in three years, the universally accessible Government Center station will have a sleek, steel entrance with landscaping and will take riders to Logan Airport…It will also have new lobbies, elevators, fare collection, security, finishes, lighting, emergency exits, and more retail space.”
Additional information on the Govt. Center station overhaul is available on bisnow.