Quincy Center T Station Closed This Weekend

The Quincy Center garage demolition is underway and mostly occurring during regular work hours, T officials said Wednesday. This coming weekend, however, the contractor will be working from Friday night, May 18 at 9 p.m. until the 4 a.m. on Monday, May 21.

Weekend work is required to remove the northern portion (helix ramp) of the garage that is over or near the railroad right-of-way. This will be the only weekend work for the spring/summer period at Quincy Center. shuttle bus service will be in place.

Additional weekend work will be required to demolish the southern section, however, those weekends will be scheduled in the fall.

T officials hand-delivered flyers regarding the weekend work to the residents and businesses in the area and placed the information on the web:  https://www.mbta.com/projects/wollaston-station-improvements/update/demolition-quincy-center-garage

As you know, the busway area has been reduced to establish a safe work area for the contractor adjacent to the garage, therefore, pick-up and drop off is live and limited to 5 minutes.  We appreciate your cooperation.

A weekly one-week look ahead and monthly construction photos for Wollaston and Quincy Center on the web: https://www.mbta.com/projects/wollaston-station-improvements/update/construction-1-week-look-ahead.

The Wollaston Shuttle bus service continues to/from the Wollaston area to North Quincy and Quincy Center Red Line Stations: https://www.mbta.com/projects/wollaston-station-improvements/update/how-the-wollaston-station-closure-affects-your-trip.

The next Wollaston Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 20 at 6:30 PM at Quincy City Hall.  Meetings are open to the public. To see the last PowerPoint presentation from the March meeting: https://www.mbta.com/events/2018-03-28/wollaston-community-advisory-committee-meeting

Please continue to be in contact with us at Wollaston@mbta.com regarding any issues or concerns with the shuttle bus service, Wollaston Station construction or the Quincy Center Garage demolition project.

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