|The outbound platform at Allston Street.|
|Warren Street has quite a shelter!|
|There were a few train pictures I liked from these stations, so have three!|
Ridership: Griggs Street and Allston Street get pretty standard Green Line ridership, with 1,203 and 1,437 riders per day, respectively. Warren Street, on the other hand? It's the fourth-busiest station on the B, with 2,047 riders per day! Huh...okay!
Pros: There isn't much good to say about these stations, but at least each one is unique. Griggs Street/Long Avenue gets the reward for longest station name on the MBTA; Allston Street is the only B Line station with the metal barriers seen on the outbound platform; and Warren Street has that incredible hill!
Cons: Butttttttttttt...they're still standard B Line stations. That means essentially nothing going outbound, and a single solitary shelter with no bench going inbound. Great...
Nearby and Noteworthy: There's not much in the way of businesses around here, aside from a few supermarkets and convenience stores. I like the look of the apartments along this part of Commonwealth Ave, though!
Final Verdict: 3/10
Yeah, whatever, I've got nothing new to say here. However, I will say that these stations get imaginary bonus points for being unique!
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