Morton Street (MBTA station)

Morton Street (MBTA station) Morton Street is a commuter rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Fairmount Line, located at 865 Morton Street (MA 203) in the Mattapan section of Boston, Massachusetts.

With two full-length high-level platforms and ramps to the street, the station is fully wheelchair accessible. The station was reconstructed in 2006, with the official reopening in 2007.HistoryService on the Fairmount Line began in 1855 and lasted until 1944. The service included a stop at Morton Street, originally known as Forest Avenue.The Dorchester Branch was reopened as a bypass in November 1

With two full-length high-level platforms and ramps to the street, the station is fully wheelchair accessible. The station was reconstructed in 2006, with the official reopening in 2007.HistoryService on the Fairmount Line began in 1855 and lasted until 1944. The service included a stop at Morton Street, originally known as Forest Avenue.The Dorchester Branch was reopened as a bypass in November 1

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