Hynes Convention Center

The Hynes Convention Center station dates to 1914, and carries traffic for three of the four Green Line branches.  Its original name was Massachusetts, and later it was called Auditorium. 

Prominent red and white warnings on the front door warn drivers that they must stop for passengers.  Most surface running is along reserved rights of way, either in the median of area roadways, or further removed from street running, such as on the Riverside (D) branch.

As for the advertising, well, whatever.  It helps pay the cost of system operation.

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