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Transforming the T

The T is evolving every day—renovating stations, modernizing fare collection systems, upgrading services for our buses, subways, and ferries, and improving the accessibility of the entire system for people of all abilities.

Take a look at what we're working on to make the MBTA better.

New SL3 station at Eastern Ave in Chelsea, MA

Beginning Saturday, April 21, 2018, the Silver Line 3 Chelsea (SL3) route will operate between South Station and the communities of Chelsea and East Boston.


Red Line train departing from Wollaston Station during the day

Wollaston Station will be completely renovated to become an accessible, modern, code-compliant station.


All T-Projects
Name Last Updated
Name Ruggles Station Commuter Rail Platform Last Updated April 24, 2018
Name Better Bus Project Last Updated April 20, 2018
Name Silver Line 3 Chelsea (SL3) Last Updated April 19, 2018
Name Wollaston Station Improvements Last Updated April 13, 2018
Name Sullivan Square Lower Busway and Parking Lot Reconstruction Last Updated April 6, 2018
Name Early Morning Bus Service Last Updated April 4, 2018
Name Commuter Rail Positive Train Control (PTC) Last Updated March 29, 2018
Name Automated Fare Collection 2.0 (AFC 2.0) Last Updated March 20, 2018
Name Green Line Extension (GLX) Last Updated March 19, 2018
Name Blue Hill Avenue Station Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Braintree and Quincy Adams Garage Repairs Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Franklin Line East Street Bridge Rehabilitation Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Shawsheen River Bridge Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Gloucester Drawbridge Replacement Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Merrimack River and Washington Street Bridges Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Green Line B Branch Consolidation Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Andrew Station Elevator Replacement Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Franklin Line Guild Street Bridge Rehabilitation Last Updated March 14, 2018
Name Beverly Drawbridge Rehabilitation Last Updated March 14, 2018