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Cohasset (MBTA station)

Station statistics
Address 115 Chief Justice Cushing Highway
Cohasset, Massachusetts

42°14′32.64″N 70°50′13.20″W / 42.2424000°N 70.8370000°W / 42.2424000; -70.8370000Coordinates: 42°14′32.64″N 70°50′13.20″W / 42.2424000°N 70.8370000°W / 42.2424000; -70.8370000

Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 1
Parking 410 spaces, rate $4.00,
10 accessible spaces
Other information
Closed 1959
Rebuilt October 31, 2007
Fare zone 4
Passengers ()356 avg. weekday[1]
Preceding station   MBTA.svg MBTA   Following station
Greenbush Line
toward Greenbush

Cohasset Station is a rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail system in Cohasset, Massachusetts. The station, located at 115 Chief Justice Cushing Highway (Route 3A), is the eighth of ten along the MBTA's Greenbush Line, which provides service between Scituate and Boston. The line, which reopened on October 31, 2007, was part of the Old Colony Railroad, which had not had passenger service since 1959.

An abandoned rail spur to the Hingham Naval Ammunition Depot Annex has been converted to a bicycle path, now linking this station to Wompatuck State Park.

The station has a sizable parking lot along with drop off area. It serves an average of 356 people inbound to Boston per weekday. It is 19.9 miles to South Station and 7.7 miles to Greenbush.[1]


External links

  • MBTA Greenbush Line

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