MBTA Ashmont Station
Architectural design for new intermodal station serving the MBTA subway, trolley, and bus routes
Serving over 20,000 patrons daily, the Ashmont Station is the southern terminus to the MBTA's Red Line and the intermodal interchange with the Mattapan High Speed trolley and several major urban bus routes. C7A's redesign of the station created a large open train room with clear sightlines throughout for improved safety and wayfinding. The site was filled in and regraded to accommodate fare lobbies, bus berths, and the trolley platform all on street level, with the Red Line platforms below. A new plaza connects to Peabody Square and is used for a farmer's market on Fridays. Efficiencies gained from the site reconfiguration also enabled the team to carve out a 38,000 SF parcel for a transit-oriented development, which the MBTA leased to a developer.
Patrick Rosso, Town Correspondent for Boston.com attended the ribbon cutting for the Ashmont MBTA station designed by architects Cambridge Seven Associates. Ashmont Station is part of a larger Red Line Rehabilitation Project, which included the renovation of the Shawmut and …
In “Beauty replaces Ugly,” blogger Candelaria Silva talks about the MBTA Fields Corner and Shawmut station renovations designed by architects Cambridge Seven Associates. “The new Field’s Corner and Shawmut Stations on the Red Line in Dorchester are great examples of …