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Fields Corner is a station on the rapid transit Red Line at Fields Corner in Dorchester, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. It opened on November 5, 1927, serving as the south end of the line for about a year. In addition to the two rapid transit platforms, one on each side of the line, there were streetcar tracks on each side, with the departing tracks at the north (railroad west) side split into two, and a bus loop under the south (east) track. Free transfers were available between all modes, though with buses a paper transfer was required.
A new Fields Corner station entrance lobby opened on Friday, December 22, 2006. After a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:05 am that day, Fields Corner became the final station to be converted to use the CharlieCard-based automated fare collection system.
- 15 Ruggles Sta. via Uphams Corner & Kane Sq. (late evenings only)
- 17 Andrew Station via Uphams Corner & Edward Everett Square
- 18 Ashmont Station - Andrew Station via Fields Corner Station
- 19 Ruggles Sta. via Grove Hall & Dudley Station
- 201 Fields Corner - Fields Corner or No. Quincy Station via Neponset Ave. to Adams St.
- 202 Fields Corner - Fields Corner or No. Quincy Station via Adams St. to Neponset Ave.
- 210 Quincy Center Sta. via Hancock St., No. Quincy Sta. & Neponset Ave.
Fields Corner is not wheelchair accessible. See MBTA accessibility.