Boston’s Commuter Rail Network World Transit

From its beginning in 1965, Boston’s commuter rail network has grown to 141 stations, spanning 398 miles (641 kilometers). This animated video takes you through the timeline of when new stations were opened, forming the MBTA commuter rail network that we know today.

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