Some say yes and some say no. The goal to have contiguous Subway transit moved forward a couple of steps and back one.
The Boston Globe reports progress, noting “supporters of a “Red-Blue Connector” appeared to gain a boost Thursday when the body controlling distribution of federal transportation aid in Greater Boston programmed $49 million to design the connector. The tunnel would extend the Blue Line a half-mile beneath Cambridge Street from its Government Center/Bowdoin terminus to meet the Red Line at Charles/MGH.”
For more information regarding the proposed “Red-Blue Connector,” read The Boston Globe’s full report.
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