- Apr 17, 2018
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WB trains are all "Copley and West" and EB trains are all "Park St and North" which is an admittedly strange choice but it means that people on the central branch don't need to know or care about the final destination if it's beyond those points. You know that any train you get on at that platform will get you to at least copley which is far enough for most transfers. They've been using that designation for at least a few years now on all the surface stops, replacing the old inbound and outbound system. On the surface stops, inbound is Park St and North, and outbound is signed as the terminusI am intrigued by the choice of destination verbage for the inbound side "Copley and West".
Is that really the most logical wayfinding? Would it not make more sense to mention the major transfer stations like North Station, Government Center, Park...?