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South Station ExpansionBoston South Station is now seeing busy holiday travel days as the New Year approaches. 

To learn more about what is happening at the station and with the South Station Expansion project, please read our December fact sheet. This edition features articles on how MassDOT is designing a new rail system for an expanded South Station and a profile of Linda Perlman, who leads free tours of South Station on the first Saturday of every month.

The South Station Expansion team is pleased to report that the South Station Expansion project was recognized by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce as one of the most important initiatives needed to sustain and support the economic health of the City of Boston. 

We invite you to sign up and receive e-mail updates on this and other MassDOT projects by visiting the MassDOT Customer Notification sign up page. Happy New Year!

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