Porter Square Station

Porter Square Station Cambridge

Inside Porter Square Station. Photo by Christian

About Porter Square Station

Porter Square Station, as its name suggests, is located in North Cambridge, in the Porter Square area of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Because it is so close to Boston and Somerville, the station is an easy way to access the best locations that New England has to offer.

Porter Square Station is home to the Red Line of the MBTA, as well as various commuter lines that connect it to North Station. It has many services, transporting people to and from Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. It is very closely located to the Porter Square Galleria, a shopping mall in Cambridge.

The station is fully wheelchair-accessible and accommodations can be made to suit anyone’s needs. Additionally, while at the station you can peruse the many pieces of art that decorate it, including piles of metal gloves, iconic state-of-the-art glass sculptures, and Porter Square’s famous Gift of the Winda red propeller-looking object in the sky.

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