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Natick Center Station Accessibility Improvements

Updated on February 20, 2019

Rendering of the station elements, viewed from the platform

About the Project

Timeline: 2017 – 2019
Status: Design


The MBTA’s Natick Center Commuter Rail Station ranks in the top 25% of busiest Commuter Rail stations. The MBTA awarded AECOM a design contract to develop accessibility improvements to the station to bring it into compliance with the requirements of the MBTA’s Systemwide Accessibility Office.

Project Features

  • Upgraded commuter rail station with high-level platform(s)
  • Streetscape improvements
  • Installation of a new set of crossovers east of the station to improve operational flexibility

Commuter Benefits

  • Improved multi-modal connections
  • More accessible commute options on the Framingham/Worcester Commuter Rail line

Before and After

Pedestrian bridge viewed from North Ave

Pedestrian bridge viewed from the south

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Contact Information

For all queries and comments related to Natick Center Station Accessibility Improvements, please contact:

Natick Center Project Staff