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Old 03-13-2018, 08:42 PM   #3281
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Re: Crazy Transit Pitches

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Continuing the off-topic line of thought, but theoretically, those pocket tracks could be used to swing over to Charlestown and head along the Navy Yard. Getting really crazy would be somehow getting it over to Chelsea...
I've thought of the same thing: Green Line branch off those stub tracks in a new tunnel to the Navy Yard, and then to Chelsea via a new low-level draw-bridge over the Mystic River parallel to the Tobin. Or, a totally new Tobin Bridge carrying the light-rail line along with pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
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Re: Crazy Transit Pitches

Would it be physically possible to suspend a train line under the tobin or add one to it?
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