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MBTA Red Line

MBTA Red Line Map

MBTA Red Line Map

MBTA Red Line: Alewife – Braintree

The MBTA Red Line towards Braintree runs from Cambridge’s Alewife Station all the way to Braintree, connecting at popular stops like Park Street and Downtown Crossing. The stops on the Braintree Red line are as follows:

MBTA Red Line

Photo by Rachel Zall

MBTA Red Line

Inside the Red Line. Photo by Daniel Parks

Alewife
Davis
Porter
Harvard
Central
Kendall/MIT
Charles MGH
Park Street
Downtown Crossing
South Station
Broadway
Andrew
JFK/UMass
North Quincy
Wollaston
Quincy Center
Quincy Adams
Braintree

This route on the MBTA line gives you easy access to Cambridge, Massachusetts as well as areas of Boston and South Boston including Dorchester, Quincy, and Braintree. This is a great way for people from areas such as Sharon and Stoughton, Massachusetts to arrive in Cambridge! One of the major stops is South Station, one of the cities many stations.

MBTA Red Line: Alewife – Ashmont

The MBTA Red Line towards Ashmont runs from Cambridge’s Alewife Station all the way to Ashmont, also connecting at Park Street and Downtown Crossing. The stops on the Braintree Red line are as follows:

MBTA Red Line

Photo by Phil Hifiker

Alewife
Davis
Porter
Harvard
Central
Kendall/MIT
Charles MGH
Park Street
Downtown Crossing
South Station
Broadway
Andrew
JFK/UMass
Savin Hill
Fields Corner
Shawmut
Ashmont

Connecting:
Cedar Grove
Butler
Milton
Central Ave
Valley Rd
Capen Street
Mattapan

This route on the MBTA line gives you easy access to Cambridge, Massachusetts as well as areas of Boston and South Boston including Mattapan, Dorchester, and Ashmont. This is a great way for Massachusetts commuters to arrive in Cambridge, as it connects to South Station! Like the Braintree line, it connects to many other MBTA lines, making it easy to get to no matter where you are in Boston or Cambridge.

 

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