|The platform at Sutherland Road.|
|The platform at Chestnut Hill Ave.|
|Moving on to South Street.|
|Alright, one train per station. And yeah, I know I used the first one in Washington Street, too...|
Ridership: These are some of the lowest-ridership stops on the B: Sutherland Road gets 856 riders per day, Chiswick Road gets 615, Chestnut Hill Ave gets 626, and South Street gets 214 (the least-used station on the B and the fourth least-used on the whole MBTA).
Cons: Can these even be considered "stations"? I mean, the MBTA website does, but THAT SEEMS PRETTY DUBIOUS TO ME. They literally have nothing at all. I'm basically reviewing strips of asphalt here! Wonderful!
Nearby and Noteworthy: It's mostly apartments out here, but you'll find a bit of retail in little pockets along Comm Ave.
Final Verdict: 1/10
These are definitely the WORST stations on the Green Line. Yes, the E Line street-running stops are bad, but at least they have T symbols, and some have shelters! Plus, they're on wide sidewalks! I mean, with these stations, if you take a step backward a car will run you over, and if you take a step forward a train will run you over! Yeah, these stations are most definitely deserving of their bottom-of-the-barrel scores.
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