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The MBTA subway's Red Line joins Boston, Cambridge, Quincy, the South Station Transportation Center, and some famous universities.




Greater Boston's MBTA subway Red Line joins the center of Boston (Park Street Station on Boston Common, and South Station Transportation Center) with Cambridge MA and its largest universities—Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology—as well as Lesley University and Tufts University.

You can choose a hotel anywhere along the Red Line and move easily between downtown Boston and Cambridge. More...

The Red Line goes from Alewife Station on the Cambridge/Arlington border to Davis Square (for Tufts University), Porter Square, Harvard Square (for Harvard University), Central Square, Kendall Square (for MIT), Charles Street-MGH (for Massachusetts General Hospital), through Boston's main subway station at Park Street Station beneath Boston Common, then to the heart of Boston shopping at Downtown Crossing, then to South Station Transportation Center, then on to JFK/U Mass (for the John F Kennedy Library), and on to the suburbs of Quincy, the home of early US presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams; Braintree and Mattapan.

Here's a map of the Red Line route.

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Memorial Church, Harvard University, Cambridge MA

Take the Red Line to
Harvard University's Memorial Church.




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