Massachusetts Lt. Governor Timothy P. Murray headed an 18-mile train ride on the new Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) commuter rail line.
The Greenbush Line, MBTA’s thirteenth commuter rail line, completes restoration of the historic Old Colony Railroad that ended service in 1959. Service runs between Boston and the South Shore.
The new line has seven stations and a total of 3,100 parking spaces. It will eventually carry about 8,600 customers each weekday.