Inspectors were in a tunnel performing these safety tests after more than 100 debris had been removed from above the green line. Part of the parking lot of the government center was suspended for two weeks after it was collapsed to kill a demolition worker. Now riders, we talked today saying they are comfortable back in the tee. I was skeptical of being honest, but it worked really smoothly. They fixed it. The accident seemed to have happened at the construction site, but I felt it was okay than where only pedestrian users went. And the surface that says the wall is a structure. Sound Now Service N Both the Green Line and the Orange Line continue to bypass Haymarket’s T-Stop. It” the place where the collapse occurs L
MBTA will resume green line service two weeks after Boston’s deadly garage collapse
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority resumed Green Line subway service between North Station and Government Center Station two weeks after the partial collapse of the Boston parking lot led to the death of a demolition worker. MBTA said on Saturday that structural engineers had a comprehensive inspection of the green. The line tunnel throughout the week, including the shared wall between the Green Line and the Orange Line, was considered structurally sound. March 26, Part of the Parking Garage at Government Center on 1 Congress Street. Collapsed and fell down the street below. A construction accident that killed 51-year-old Peter Monsini in South Easton. Three days after the partial collapse, MBTA resumed Orange Line subway service between North and Backbay stations following a tunnel inspection. Green Line However, service did not resume until Saturday. This is because more than 100 tons of debris fell just above the green line. It collapsed and had to be removed before starting inspection and testing the train in the tunnel. “MBTA appreciates the patience of all riders during this period of debris removal, infrastructure evaluation and service restoration.” According to MBTA, Green Line and Orange Line trains have been repaired by staff. During that time, it will continue to detour around Haymarket Station. A standpipe system damaged by debris from a garage collapse.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority immediately entered into force two weeks after the partial collapse of the Boston parking lot led to the death of a demolition worker and resumed Green Line subway service between North Station and Government Center Station. bottom.
MBTA said on Saturday that structural engineers had comprehensively inspected the Green Line tunnel, including the common wall between the Green Line and the Orange Line, throughout the week and determined it to be structurally sound.
March 26, 1 Part of Congress Street’s Government Center parking lot collapses As a result of a construction accident, I fell on the street below. South Easton 51-year-old Peter Monsini..
3 days after the partial collapse, MBTA has resumed orange line subway service Between North Station and Backbay Station after tunnel inspection.
However, Greenline service did not resume until Saturday. Over 100 tons of debris fell just above the green line As a result of the collapse, it had to be removed before starting the inspection and testing the train in the tunnel.
“MBTA appreciates the patience of all riders during this debris removal, infrastructure assessment, and service restoration,” officials said in a statement.
Structural engineers will continue to carefully monitor the tunnel between North Station and Government Center Station during daily Green Line operations.
According to MBTA, the Green and Orange Line trains will continue to detour Haymarket Station while personnel complete repair work on the standpipe system damaged by debris from the collapse of the garage.