Moderators: sery2831, CRail
CRail wrote: ↑Tue Jul 16, 2019 7:59 am The school has zero control over what the owners of the rail line decide to do with it. With political clout, and since the owner in this case is the state, they may have the weight to sway a decision, but it is not ultimately up to them to decide what happens. It is absolutely a no brainer to use this line for passenger service and to serve Kendall Square.From your lips to God's ears...
You’re not going to see any new developments with the line until after the Pike realignment is done, but post West Station I guarantee the GJ will be a passenger route.
charlesriverbranch wrote: ↑Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:20 am Well, a long time ago Harvard used to operate a ferry between Boston and what was then the independent town of Charlestown, but I can't think of any recent examples of university-supported public transportation.The Charles River EZ-Ride is a private-public transit system that's paid for by organizations that benefit from having the service, MIT included. MIT students and faculty can ride EZ Ride for free with an MIT ID, and the public can ride it as well for a small fare (It's like $2).
Jeff Smith wrote: ↑Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:54 amWest Station? Not familiar with that. I know North and South lol, and East would presumably be in the "ha-bore" .It doesn't exist yet. It is a proposed station for through and terminating trips located on the Beacon Park site. The site will include a passenger station and layover facility.