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The Green Line is a light rail system run by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) in the Boston, Massachusetts, metropolitan area.It is the oldest Boston subway line, and with tunnel sections dating from 1897, the oldest in America.It runs underground through downtown Boston, and on the surface on several radial boulevards and into inner suburbs.
All trains stop at Park Street, Boylston, Arlington, and Copley. On the eastern end, only "C" and "E" trains go past Government Center to Haymarket and North Station; the only train that services Science Park and Lechmere is the "E" Branch (although the "D" Branch will service these stations once the Medford extension is built).A new tunnel, running behind North Station and the new TD Garden (which replaced the Boston Garden) and connecting to a new underground Green Line and Orange Line transfer station, was built to replace it.Bus shuttle service ran from Government Center (Scollay Square) to Lechmere from June 2004 until November 12, 2005 during the final stages of construction.The "C" Branch surfaces onto Beacon Street, running to Cleveland Circle at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir. It runs past Boston University, passes within a quarter mile of Cleveland Circle, where a connection to the latter runs down Chestnut Hill Ave., and continues to Boston College. west of Boston University and ran to Watertown, across the Charles River from Watertown Square, until 1969.Although the route-letter scheme had been introduced two years prior to its closure, the "A" designation was never signed on streetcars to Watertown.