- May 11, 2012
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Should just build a new North station at Boston Sand and Gravel. All this to get trains just across the river and then stop.Bidding process has started to replace the two North Station drawspans with two three-track drawbridges.
Per the Globe:
Seriously, for $100 million (the cost to just design it)... they could buy out Boston Sand and gravel and build a bunch of platforms on the North side of the river. And then most people can just walk over a pedestrian bridge, transfer to the Orange line or Green Line or whatever.
That configuration would eventually work better with NSRL and a new underground "North Station" also.