rhodiecub2 wrote:Was there at one time an entrance/exit that led to Independence Avenue at Quincy Adams station?
MBTA officials outlined plans to repair and refurbish Quincy Adams station, but many in attendance at a public meeting Tuesday night wanted to discuss reopening the pedestrian gate on Independence Avenue.
John McCormack, the project manager for the MBTA, said the $70 million to $80 million project includes work on the pathway between Independence Avenue and the station. The path is blocked by an iron fence and a locked gate.
The gate will not be opened as part of the project, and work on the pathway will come near the end of the 31/2-year project, he said.
F-line to Dudley via Park wrote:http://somerville.wickedlocal.com/news/20170412/quincy-adams-station-work-doesnt-include-gate-opening
They're repairing the path to Independence Ave. as part of the QA station renos, but they aren't reopening the closed gate. Predictably, local citizens and pols are confused by this.
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