ⓘ Courthouse station (MBTA)

Courthouse station (MBTA)

ⓘ Courthouse station (MBTA)

Courthouse is an underground bus rapid transit station on the MBTAs Silver Line, located under Seaport Boulevard at Thomson Street on the South Boston Waterfront. It is named for the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse which is one block to the north on Fan Pier. The station also serves the Fort Point neighborhood, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and nearby residential and commercial development. Like all Silver Line stations, Courthouse station is accessible.

  • bus rapid transit station on the MBTA s Silver Line, located south of Congress Street on the South Boston Waterfront. The station is situated between
  • Salem is an MBTA Commuter Rail station in Salem, Massachusetts. Located off Bridge Street near the intersection of Massachusetts Route 107 and Route 114
  • street of Georgian houses in Kentish Town, North London Green Street MBTA station Boston, United States GreenStreet, a shopping mall commercial development
  • Harvard Square, MBTA Alewife station Lowell, and several other locations in the greater Boston area most recently, at the Stamford Courthouse in Stamford
  • the location of Boston City Hall, courthouses state and federal office buildings, and a major MBTA subway station also called Government Center. Its
  • Railroad and the wye connection to the west - facing lines now used by the MBTA Commuter Rail and the Red Line tunnel roughly underneath Broadway Bridge
  • Maverick Square in East Boston North Station Haymarket, Aquarium, and South Station in Downtown Boston Courthouse World Trade Center, and Silver Line
  • part of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation extension of the MBTA Green Line in the 2010s. There are predominantly Irish and Portuguese natives
  • House s connection to American history. Since 1904, the State Street MBTA station has occupied part of the building s basement. The East Boston Tunnel
  • fountain in Toledo, Ohio Omphalos 1985 formerly at Harvard Square MBTA station through the Arts on the Line program, but was to be relocated to Rockport

Users also searched: