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ⓘ Roxbury Crossing station




Roxbury Crossing station
                                     

ⓘ Roxbury Crossing station

Roxbury Crossing is a rapid transit station in Boston, Massachusetts. It serves the MBTA Orange Line, and is located on Tremont Street in the Mission Hill neighborhood. The current station opened in 1987 as part of the renovation and relocation of the southern Orange Line. Like all stations on the Orange Line, Roxbury Crossing is accessible.

                                     
  • original elevated station was considered a crown jewel of the El along with a similar station complex at Dudley Square in Roxbury Surface streetcars
  • service. It is located on Washington Street at Melnea Cass Boulevard in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The stop is served by the SL4 and
  • Line from South Station without the need to transfer to the Red Line. Until replaced with the CharlieCard Store at Downtown Crossing on August 13, 2012
  • with MBTA Commuter Rail service at Back Bay, North Station Forest Hills, Ruggles station in Roxbury and Malden Center in Malden. From 1901 to 1987, it
  • town of Roxbury The community seceded from Roxbury as a part of the new town of West Roxbury in 1851, and became part of Boston when West Roxbury was annexed
  • Aboveground island platform at Roxbury Crossing station on Boston s Orange Line subway system. Island Platform at Grafton Station on the Western Line of Auckland s
  • continuing west on Malcolm X Boulevard to Roxbury Crossing and north on Tremont Street to Ruggles station Buses started running on the 15 Kane Square - Dudley
  • known as the Lackawanna Cut - Off, ran west from Port Morris Junction in Roxbury Township near the south end of Lake Hopatcong in northwestern New Jersey
  • Corridor from Back Bay Station to Forest Hills Station It extends from the South End and Back Bay neighborhoods south through the Roxbury and Jamaica Plain

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