The MBTA Orange line runs from Oak Grove Station through Forest Hills station, reaching areas of Boston including Mission Hill, Jamaica Plains, Downtown Crossing (easy connection to Red Line), and Chinatown.
The T runs from 5:15 am every morning until roughly 12:30 am at night.
For your convenience, we’ve included a map of the MBTA orange line on this page.
The stops on the MBTA Orange line include:
- Oak Grove
- Sullivan Square
- Community College
- North Station
- Downtown Crossing
- Back Bay
- Massachusetts Avenue
- Roxbury Crossing
- Jackson Square
- Stony Brook
- Green Street
- Forest Hills
For access to Cambridge on the MBTA Orange Line, the quickest way is to connect to the Red Line at Downtown Crossing.
This then leads you in to many parts of Cambridge, including Porter Square, Harvard, and MIT. You can also switch to the Green Line at North Station or Haymarket and get off at Lechmere, where many amenities, including the Cambridgeside Galleria, are located.
The Orange line also gives you easy access to many commuter rails, including Malden Center, North Station, Back Bay Station, Ruggles, and Forest Hills.