Ruggles Station Platform Project
Ruggles Station opened in 1987 and currently serves the MBTA Orange Line, commuter rail Providence/Stoughton, Franklin and Needham lines. Ruggles Station has a vibrant ridership population with 29 inbound and 49 outbound commuter rail trains passing through daily. The Ruggles Station Platform Project will include the development of conceptual and final design for the construction of a new high-level platform to service Track 2, the only track not currently served by a platform. With the addition of this new platform, passengers that are riding the MBTA commuter trains traveling on Track 2 will be able to have access to Ruggles Station rather than bypassing the station and returning via the Orange Line from Back Bay Station, as they do under the current operation. The project will enhance customer service and convenience for commuter rail riders destined for Ruggles Station and improve overall operations for both the MBTA and Amtrak on this section of the Northeast Corridor.
The MBTA held an Open House about the project on October 18, 2012. The meeting presentation can be found here.
To be added to the project e-mail list, please contact Kerri Chace, Regina Villa Associates, at 617-357-5772 or email@example.com.
If you have questions regarding the project, please contact:
Boston, MA 02130
Open House handout Ruggles
Ruggles_Open House PPT - October 18, 2012
Before and After Display Board - October 18, 2012 Open House
Project Scope Display Board - October 18, 2012 Open House
Path of Travel Board - October 18, 2012 Open House
Overview Display Board - October 18, 2012 Open House
Project History Display Board - October 18, 2012 Open House
Typical Section Display Board - October 18, 2012 Open House
Stakeholders Display Board - October 18, 2012 Open House
General Plan Board - October 18, 2012 Open House