The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) will extend, by year-end, its commuter rail service from Boston to Providence and Warwick, both in Rhode Island, reports progressiverailroading.com.
Trains will make six stops per day at the soon-to-be-completed InterLink station at T.F. Green State Airport in Warwick, said progressiverailroading.com.
MBTA said that “once complete, the facility will be the closest air-rail connection in the country.”
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