ⓘ Quincy Center station
Quincy Center is an intermodal transit station in Quincy, Massachusetts. It is a transfer station between the MBTA Red Line subway, MBTA Commuter Rails Old Colony Lines and Greenbush Line, and a number of MBTA Bus routes. It is located between Hancock Street and Burgin Parkway in the Quincy Center district. Opened in 1971, the station was covered by a large parking garage which was closed in 2012 due to structural problems. A project to remove and replace the garage is under way.
All buses and trains are available from the entrance of Hancock street. Access from Burgin Boulevard was formerly through the garage, a new accessible entrance will be added as part of the current project.
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