People tend to check in during these times:
The cheapest most convinient way to take in a Sox game! Let the T do the driving!
Parking is $5.75/day, cash only, pre-paid.
Unless you're right on the platform when the train pulls up it will leave without you! D: (I was just coming through the gate)
Last stop on the Green Line coming from Boston, better grab a seat! Rush hour ride can be an hour plus.
Pluto, formerly the last planet and currently a dwarf planet, is represented in the Museum of Science Community Solar System by a scale model on the station platform. If you see it, create a check-in!
Parking is now $6.00 all day
Express bus to NYC, stops in Newton & Cambridge. Good alternative for people traveling to Cambridge or the Boston suburbs
Trains leave every 10 minutes. If you miss one, just wait and they will roll another one in a few minutes. The Type 7's (split windshield) are far more comfortable to ride in than the Breda's
Trains do not wait or stand idle at this station. If you want to get on the train, you better run!
Parking only takes cash and they dont have an ATM
GREEN LINE TROLLEY STATION. D LINE. HIGHLAND BRANCH.
Park here and take the T to catch a red sox game, you will save yourself 2 hours of traffic fighting to get to the mass pike after the game and keep more of your hard earned dollars in your pocket!
It's the last stop... so if you fall asleep on the way, the motor-'person' will wake you up.
Stay away from the bathrooms! Also parking for the day is $6.00 and cheap train rides right into Boston!
Parking went up to $6... still a bargain.
Parking goes up to 6 starting July 1 2012. Still only cash but supposedly they are going to do Parkmobile.com soon
The Fig Newton was named after Newton, Massachusetts. Delicious.
Sleep through the last stop and you could wake up in the yard...
Avoid like a plague any time there's a Red Sox game - make sure your Charliecard is pre-loaded with a lot of money so you don't have to sit waiting in line for 30mins because people don't have charlie
Drive to this station and get a T pass (only $9 for a day or $15 for a week) to take you in and around Boston. The train comes frequently (every 10-20 min). It's a great deal!
So crowded during game season. Be warned.
This is where I caTch the limo to go home...