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Green Line D Track and Signal Replacement

Placing ties. Machinery on the left, a construction crew on the right.

Between 2018 and 2020, we will replace 25,000 feet of track and 6.5 miles of signals on the Green Line, between Beaconsfield and Riverside on the D Branch.

To do this work, we need to shut down service on weeknights and on some weekends. Shuttles will replace train service, in coordination with the teams doing flood control work at Fenway, track repairs between Fenway and Riverside, and accessibility upgrades at Newton Highlands.

Why We're Doing This Work

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Side view of new Green Line car at Riverside (July 2018)

This project is one of many we're working on to ensure twice as many passengers have access to a safer, more comfortable, and more reliable Green Line by 2030.

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What You Can Expect During This Work

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We invite you to review the documents presented to the Fiscal Management and Control Board related to the project.

 Board Presentation (June 2018)

Contact Us

For all queries and comments related to Green Line D Track and Signal Replacement, please contact DBranchInfo@mbta.com.

To report a noise complaint or issue, call the 24/7 noise hotline at 508-676-3550.

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Related Projects

Side view of new Green Line car at Riverside (July 2018)

This project is one of many we're working on to ensure twice as many passengers have access to a safer, more comfortable, and more reliable Green Line by 2030.

Learn more about the Green Line Transformation

MBTA Improvements

As part of our $8 billion, 5-year capital investment plan, we're renovating stations, modernizing fare collection systems, upgrading services for our buses, subways, and ferries, and improving the accessibility of the entire system.

Learn more