- Braintree (MBTA station)
name= Braintree Station
address=Ivory Street between Union and Pearl, Braintree
line=MBTA Subway: rail color box|system=MBTA|line=Red
MBTA Commuter Rail:rail color box|system=MBTA|line=Middleboroughrail color box|system=MBTA|line=Plymouth
March 22, 1980
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Braintree Station, located at Ivory and Union Streets in
Braintree, Massachusettscoord|42.207767|N|71.001291|W|type:railwaystation, is the southernmost station on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Red Line. It also is a stop on the MBTA Commuter Rail, Old Colony Lines (MBTA).
The station features a large
park and ridegarage, with space for 1,281 automobiles (though the garage often fills up on busy days). It can be easily reached from Exit 17 off Route 3, a major highway to Cape Cod.
The station opened on
March 22, 1980and is a 30 minute ride from Park Street. Braintree Station is wheelchair accessible. "See" MBTA accessibility.
2007, there was a $1.25 exit fare and a $2.50 entry fare to pay for the added routes; when at that time the entry fare for MBTA subway stations was normally $1.25. These surcharges existed at Quincy Adams and Braintree, and similar surcharges existed on other parts of the Braintree Extension at various times.
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