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MBTA Blue Hill Station Opens February 25, 2019The MBTA has announced that the brand new Blue Hill Avenue Station will open to Fairmount Line customers today, Monday, February 25, 2019.

Opening the Station was contingent upon a series of final inspections, which were completed Sunday.

Construction of Blue Hill Avenue Station took place over twenty-four months and was completed on budget and on schedule. The Station is located approximately six-and-a-half miles from South Station and a quarter mile from Mattapan Square, featuring a center-island platform and two covered, fully accessible pedestrian ramps. Blue Hill Avenue is located within the Zone 1A fare zone with schedules to and from the station located on the MBTA website.

For more information, visit www.mbta.com

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