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June 2020 Public Meeting on Accessibility

On June 3, 2020, the MBTA and Judge Patrick King hosted a virtual public meeting to provide an update on the MBTA's path towards compliance with the MBTA/BCIL settlement agreement. The T's General Manager and other T officials provided updates and answered questions regarding the impact of COVID-19 as well as a number of ongoing accessibility initiatives.

Watch the meeting recording and view slides

May 2020 Access Initiatives Report

The Department of System-Wide Accessibility released its latest roundup of current MBTA access initiatives. The report provides descriptions and updates for over 60 projects aimed at improving accessibility throughout the system. These projects address a wide array of topics, including infrastructure, vehicles, customer communication, employee training, and more.

Download the May 2020 SWA Initiatives Report

The updated initiatives were presented during the semi-annual public meeting on June 3, 2020.

Amended MBTA/BCIL Settlement Signed

Group photo of MBTA leadership, Hon. Patrick King, BCIL leadership, GBLS, and plaintiffs after signing the Amended Settlement Agreement

On December 4, 2018, the MBTA reaffirmed its commitment to fulfilling the MBTA/BCIL settlement by entering into an amended agreement that clarifies remaining work, outlines a plan for evaluating compliance and defines obligations that will continue even after the end of the agreement.

Download the Amended MBTA/BCIL Settlement Agreement

Read the press release

Wollaston Station is Fully Accessible

Rendering of improvements to Wollaston Station, including a bridge allowing access to the platform

A brand-new, rebuilt Wollaston Station reopened for Red Line service Friday, August 16, 2019. Renovations on Wollaston Station began in January 2018. The station is now fully accessible, and the MBTA has reached another major milestone—making the Red Line 100% accessible.

Learn more about Wollaston Station improvements