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MBTA resumes Green Line service two weeks after garage collapse

MBTA resumes Green Line service two weeks after garage collapse

Tunnel inspectors were conducted to conduct these safety tests after passing over a hundred shovels, a hundred tons of debris removed from the top of the Green Line and today only a few hours have passed on the trains on the Green Road again. The suspension was held for two weeks after a portion of the Government Center’s parking garage collapsed, killing a demolition worker. Now the riders, we’re talking to today saying they’re comfortable getting back to the tee. It was really a simple little one to be honest, but it worked really smoothly. They fixed it. It looked as if the accident was more at the construction site, whether it was pedestrian users only going in so I felt fine. – Now MBTA engineers say that the structural engineers quote meticulously inspect the tunnel meticulously according to the measurements given surface saying the walls are built. Now continue with the voice service and the green and orange lines to bypass the HAYMARKET T-STOP. This is where the collapse of L.

MBTA resumes Green Line service two weeks after deadly Boston garage collapse


The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has resumed Green Line subway service between North Station and Central Government Station, which became effective immediately, two weeks after a partial collapse in a Boston parking garage resulted in the death of a demolition worker. The line tunneled throughout the week, including the common wall between the green and orange lines, and considered it structurally sound. On March 26, a portion of the Government Center parking garage at 1 Congress Avenue collapsed and fell into the street below as a result of a construction accident, killing 51-year-old Peter Moncini, of South Easton. Three days after the partial collapse, MBTA resumed metro service Orange Line tunnels between North Station and Back Bay Station after tunnel inspections. Service did not resume until Saturday, because more than 100 tons of debris fell directly over the Green Line as a result of the collapse and had to be removed before inspections could begin and trains could be tested in the tunnel. “MBTA thanks all of its passengers for their patience during this period of debris removal, infrastructure assessment and service restoration,” the agency said in a statement. Structural engineers will continue to closely monitor the tunnel between the North Station and the Government Center station during the daily Green Line operations. However, the MBTA said Green Line and Orange Line trains will continue to bypass Haymarket station while employees complete some repair work on the vertical piping system, which was damaged by debris from the garage collapse.

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The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has resumed Green Line subway service between North Station and Government Center Station, effective immediately, two weeks after a partial collapse in a Boston parking garage resulted in the death of a demolition worker.

The MBTA said on Saturday that structural engineers thoroughly inspected the Green Line tunnel throughout the week, including the common wall between the Green and Orange Lines, and deemed it structurally sound.

On March 26 Part of the government center parking lot collapsed on 1 Congress Avenue And she fell down the street as a result of a construction accident that killed him Peter Moncini, 51, from South Easton.

Three days after partial collapse, MBTA has resumed Orange Line subway service Between North Station and Back Bay Station after tunnel inspections.

However, Green Line service did not resume until Saturday due to More than 100 tons of debris fell directly above the Green Line As a result of the collapse, it had to be removed before the start of inspections and testing of trains in the tunnel.

“The MBTA thanks all of its passengers for their patience during this period of debris removal, infrastructure assessment and service restoration,” the agency said in a statement.

Structural engineers will continue to closely monitor the tunnel between the North Station and the Government Center Station during the daily Green Line operations.

The MBTA said Green Line and Orange Line trains will continue to bypass Haymarket station while personnel complete some repair work on the vertical piping system, which was damaged by debris from the garage collapse.

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