North Quincy Garage and Development
- Timeline: Ongoing
- Status: Construction
A surface-level parking lot at North Quincy Station is being replaced with a new parking garage as part of a redevelopment project at North Quincy Station by Hancock Street Partners.
The project is being built in phases to minimize disruptions to parking and station access. Construction began February 17, 2019.
Beginning on Monday, October 12, the Hancock Street lot will be closed to allow for the construction of the North Quincy Garage. As an alternative, over 300 spaces will be available at the Newport Avenue lot.
The 852 parking spaces in the current lot will be replaced with more than 1,500 spaces in the new garage, including:
- 852 spots dedicated for MBTA parking
- 700 spots for retail and residential use
Features include improved parking conditions for customers:
- Covered parking
- New, accessible parking at the fare-collection level
During the construction of the North Quincy garage, you can park at the Newport Avenue lot. The lot usually fills up between 7:45 – 8 AM on weekdays.
Additional parking options include:
If you have trouble finding a spot, monthly permits allow customers to "roam" and park at other MBTA surface lots that cost the same or less than the lot you normally park in.
A monthly permit does not guarantee a parking space.
Commuter Rail Alternative
If Red Line service is affected, on weekdays riders can travel between Braintree and South Station on the Commuter Rail for just $2.40, the same price as a Zone 1A or subway fare. Simply show your CharlieCard or CharlieTicket to the conductor.
Please note: If you are taking the Commuter Rail from Quincy Center outbound to Greenbush, Quincy Center is Zone 1. This ensures you get the lowest interzone fare.
We invite you to review documents and downloads related to the North Quincy Garage and Development project.
For all queries and comments related to North Quincy Garage and Development, please contact NorthQuincyGarage@mbta.com.