List of stations on the MBTA subway

This is a list of stations on the MBTA subway in Boston, Massachusetts. Each line has its stations listed with the main line first followed by the branches. Stations that serve multiple lines are listed under all lines they serve.


=Blue Line (Wonderland to Bowdoin)=

*Wonderland
*Revere Beach
*Beachmont
*Suffolk Downs
*Orient Heights
*Wood Island
*Airport
*Maverick
*State
**Transfer to Orange Line.
*Government Center
**Transfer to Green Line.
*Bowdoin


=Green Line (Lechmere to Heath Street, North Station to Cleveland Circle, Government Center to Boston College/Riverside)=

Main Line (Lechmere to Kenmore)

*Lechmere
**Terminus for "E" branch.
*Science Park
*North Station
**Terminus for "C" branch; transfer to Orange Line and commuter rail (Fitchburg Line, Lowell Line, Haverhill/Reading Line, Newburyport/Rockport Line).
*Haymarket
**Transfer to Orange Line.
*Government Center
**Terminus for "B" and "D" branches; transfer to Blue Line.
*Park Street
**Transfer to Orange, Red, and Silver Lines.
*Boylston
**Transfer to Silver Line.
*Arlington
*Copley
**"E" branch splits off after Copley.
*Hynes Convention Center
*Kenmore
**"B", "C", and "D" branches split off after Kenmore.


="B" branch (Blandford Street to Boston College)=

*Blandford Street
*Boston University East
*Boston University Central
*Boston University West
*St. Paul Street
*Pleasant Street
*Babcock Street
*Packard's Corner
*Harvard Avenue
*Griggs Street
*Allston Street
*Warren Street
*Washington Street
*Sutherland Street
*Chiswick Road
*Chestnut Hill Avenue
*South Street
*Boston College


="C" branch (St. Marys Street to Cleveland Circle)=

*St. Marys Street
*Hawes Street
*Kent Street
*St. Paul Street
*Coolidge Corner
*Summit Avenue
*Brandon Hall
*Fairbanks
*Washington Square
*Tappan Street
*Dean Road
*Englewood Avenue
*Cleveland Circle


="D" branch (Fenway to Riverside)=

*Fenway
*Longwood
*Brookline Village
*Brookline Hills
*Beaconsfield
*Reservoir
*Chestnut Hill
*Newton Center
*Newton Highlands
*Eliot
*Waban
*Woodland
*Riverside


="E" branch (Prudential to Heath Street)=

*Prudential
*Symphony
*Northeastern University
*Museum of Fine Arts
*Longwood Medical Area
*Brigham Circle
*Fenwood Street
*Mission Park
*Riverway
*Back of the Hill
*Heath Street


=Orange Line (Oak Grove to Forest Hills)=

*Oak Grove
*Malden Center
**Transfer to commuter rail (Haverhill/Reading Line)
*Wellington
*Sullivan Square
*Community College
*North Station
**Transfer to Green Line and commuter rail (Fitchburg Line, Lowell Line, Haverhill/Reading Line, Newburyport/Rockport Line).
*Haymarket
**Transfer to Green Line.
*State
**Transfer to Blue Line.
*Downtown Crossing
**Transfer to Red Line, Green Line (at Park Street), and Silver Line
*Chinatown
**Transfer to Silver Line.
*New England Medical Center
**Transfer to Silver Line.
*Back Bay
**Transfer to commuter rail (Providence/Stoughton Line, Franklin Line, Needham Line, Framingham/Worcester Line).
*Massachusetts Avenue
*Ruggles
**Transfer to commuter rail (Providence/Stoughton Line, Franklin Line, Needham Line).
*Roxbury Crossing
*Jackson Square
*Stony Brook
*Green Street
*Forest Hills
**Transfer to commuter rail (Providence/Stoughton Line, Needham Line).


=Red Line (Alewife to Ashmont/Braintree, Ashmont-Mattapan High Speed Line)=

Main Line

*Alewife
*Davis
*Porter
**Transfer to commuter rail (Fitchburg Line)
*Harvard
*Central
*Kendall/MIT
*Charles/MGH
*Park Street
**Transfer to Green Line.
*Downtown Crossing
**Transfer to Orange Line and Silver Line.
*South Station
**Transfer to Silver Line and commuter rail (Old Colony Lines, Fairmount Line, Providence/Stoughton Line, Franklin Line, Needham Line, Framingham/Worcester Line).
*Broadway
*Andrew
*JFK/UMass
**The Braintree and Ashmont branches split off north of JFK/UMass and operate on separate platforms at the station. Transfer to commuter rail (Old Colony Lines).

Braintree branch

*North Quincy
*Wollaston
*Quincy Center
**Transfer to commuter rail (Old Colony Lines).
*Quincy Adams
*Braintree
**Transfer to commuter rail (Old Colony Lines).

Ashmont branch

*Savin Hill
*Fields Corner
*Shawmut
*Ashmont
**Passengers must transfer to a different train here to ride the Ashmont-Mattapan High Speed Line.

Ashmont-Mattapan High Speed Line

*Ashmont
*Cedar Grove
*Butler
*Milton
*Central Avenue
*Valley Road
*Capen Street
*Mattapan


=Silver Line Dudley Square to Downtown Crossing, South Station to Logan Airport/88 Black Falcon Avenue/City Point=

ilver Line Phase I (Dudley Square to Downtown Crossing)

*Dudley Square
*Melnea Cass Boulevard
*Lenox Street
*Massachusetts Avenue
*Worcester Square
*Newton Street
*Union Park Street
*East Berkeley Street
*Herald Street
*New England Medical Center
**Transfer to Orange Line. The next three stops are in a one-directional loop.
*Chinatown
**Transfer to Orange Line.
*Downtown Crossing
**Transfer to Red Line, Green Line at Park Street, and Orange Line.
*Boylston
**Transfer to Green Line. Buses return to New England Medical Center en route to Dudley Square.

ilver Line Phase II (South Station to Logan Airport/88 Black Falcon Avenue/City Point)

*South Station
**Transfer to Red Line and commuter rail.
*Courthouse
*World Trade Center
*Silver Line Way
**SL1, SL2, and SL3 branches split off.

L1 (to Logan Airport)

*Logan Airport Terminal A
*Logan Airport Terminal B South
*Logan Airport Terminal B North
*Logan Airport Terminal C
*Logan Airport Terminal E
**Buses return to Silver Line Way en route to South Station.

L2 (to 88 Black Falcon Avenue)

*Northern Avenue at Harbor Street
*Northern Avenue at Tide Street
**The next four stations operate in a one-directional loop.
*25 Dry Dock Avenue
*88 Black Falcon Avenue
*Black Falcon Avenue at Design Center Place
*Dry Dock Avenue at Design Center Place
**Buses return to Northern Avenue at Tide Street en route to South Station.

L3 (to City Point)

*Northern Avenue at Harbor Street
*Northern Avenue at Tide Street
*Dry Dock Avenue at Design Center Place
*Summer Street at Power House Street
*East First Street at M Street
*City Point


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