See What We Completed During Two Weeks of Green Line C Shutdowns
Updated on July 24, 2020
From July 5 – August 1, crews are working around the clock to upgrade intersections and rehabilitate track between Cleveland Circle and Kenmore. This work will help improve reliability on the Green Line C and will make intersections safer for pedestrians, drivers, and bicyclists.
Building a Better T
As part of our $8 billion, 5-year capital investment plan, we're renovating stations, modernizing fare collection systems, upgrading services for our buses, subways, and ferries, and improving the accessibility of the entire system.
Weeks One and Two: What We Did
Crews rebuilt track and replaced the intersection at Dean Road in Brookline during the second week of the Green Line C shutdown.
During the first two weeks of work, crews replaced 5,000 feet of track and upgraded three intersections—Dean Road, Center Street, and Charles Street. Rail work includes installing new foundations, rail ties, and ballast, as well as reconstructing the track itself. At intersections, crews rebuilt road and pedestrian crossings and added a fresh coat of paint.