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TD Garden

100 Legends Way
Boston, MA 02114
p: 617.624.1050

Green Line Suspension

February 13-14 and 20-21

The Green Line will be suspended in both directions between Park Street and Haymarket on Feb. 13-14 and Feb. 20-21 from start to end of service. Trains will not operate between Park Street and Haymarket.

To read the full details, click here.

MBTA Commuter Advisory

Due to construction on the site of the former Boston Garden, the existing MBTA head house located on the corner of Causeway Street and Legends Way will be closed on January 2. Covered ADA accessible walkways will be put in place for MBTA customers until the project is completed in December 2018. When finished, there will be a covered, underground connection from the commuter rail to the subway and a new entrance to North Station via Causeway Street. Click here to read the full press release from the MBTA.

Government Center Station Closed

March 22, 2014 – March 2016

Please be advised that effective March 22, 2014, Government Center Station will be closed for two years. During the station closure beginning on March 22, 2014, both Blue and Green Line trains will pass through Government Center Station but will not stop there. If your trip usually included Government Center Station, please allow an additional ten to fifteen minutes for your travel.

For more information, please visit mbta.com/govcenter.


The TD Garden is located in Boston’s Downtown North section on Causeway Street, minutes from the historic North End and Faneuil Hall. Ticketed patrons should enter the TD Garden through the North Station terminal, on Nashua Street or on Legends Way.

If you are driving to the TD Garden, keep in mind that typical backups on local streets begin about one hour before the scheduled game or event. Traffic delays are especially common in the following locations: Leverett Circle, Storrow Drive East, Martha Road, and Causeway Street.

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