|Just look at this platform! It's beautiful!|
|The center of the platform.|
|The beautiful main mezzanine.|
|The much smaller Bremen Street mezzanine.|
|It's so big!|
|You can see the portal in the background.|
Ridership: As you might expect, this station gets pretty high ridership for the Blue Line. Its 7,429 daily riders make it the second-busiest non-transfer Blue Line station. And not all these people are going to the airport - there are also residents of nearby neighborhoods who use this station.
Pros: I mean, I just love everything about this station. It's all sheltered, it's beautiful, and the mezzanine has some fantastic amenities. It's annoying that you have to take a shuttle bus to get to the airport itself, but imagine how expensive it would be to give the airport direct train service. The shuttle buses run pretty frequently, anyway, and this is the most direct link for those who use the Blue, Green, and Orange Lines.
Cons: I just wish there was a T logo on Bremen Street. How expensive can it be to put simple signs up?
Nearby and Noteworthy: The airport, I guess. There are some businesses along nearby Bennington Street, too.
Final Verdict: 9/10
Airport Station is beautiful. I love all the station's aesthetics, and it has some great amenities in the main mezzanine. Something I didn't mention was the elevator in the mezzanine that was double the size of a normal elevator, which was amazing to discover! I just wish there was a sign on Bremen Street, but I guess you can't have everything. Even though a sign wouldn't be too hard to install!
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