Here is everything you need to know about the 2019 Green Line Extension coming to Boston, MA.


Posted on Wednesday Mar 27, 2019 at 03:32PM in Promotions


Here is everything you need to know about the 2019 Green Line Extension coming to Boston, MA.


7 new T stations will put 85% of Somerville residents within a half-mile of a subway stop.


What's Happening Now:


March 2019:  

The most immediate closure happened on March 22, 2019. The Broadway bridge between Ball and Magoun squares will remain closed for the next year, through March 2020 . Take note of the detours and altered bus routes,  80 and 89.


What is Ahead:


April 2019 & July 2019:  

Washington St. and Medford St. will be closed. The city plans to construct wider bridges at both of the locations to accommodate traffic. 

 

April 2019 to Fall 2019 and Spring 2010 to Fall 2020:

Washington St. underpass, will close for two separate phases. Take note of the detours and altered bus routes, 86, 91, and CT2. 


July 2019 through Spring 2020: 

Medford St., behind the Somerville High School will be closed. Take note of the detours.


2021 Completion: 

The long-awaited Green Line Extension is expected to open to the public by the end of 2021.


Support:


Somerville will provide shuttle services around the Broadway bridge and the Washington St. bridge.


Please note that we do not foresee any complications at the Somerville Independent Electric Supply due to the Green Line Extension Project. We are committed to providing the highest level of service and satisfaction for our customers while utilizing all of our resources to operate a profitable organization and have as much fun as possible.


As a reminder, we offer several shipping options as well as Massachusetts locations in South Boston and Avon. Our New Hampshire locations are in Manchester and Hudson





For additional information about the Green Line Extension Project, including construction schedules, fact sheets, and the latest station designs, visit  www.mass.gov/glx .  



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