The MBTA’s new South Parking Garage and Intermodal Transit Center opened on Saturday (June 30th) with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by MassDOT Secretary Richard Davey, Revere Mayor Daniel Rizzo, U.S. Rep. Ed Markey, state Rep. Kathi-Anne Reinstein, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, and Revere City Councilor at large Anthony Zambuto, among many others from the Revere community. Both the Boston Globe and the Daily Item of Lynn reported on the event.

“Today marks a great and major turning point in Revere’s pursuit of economic development,” said Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo.

I was among the many in the crowd to see this great project open after all the team’s hard work. In addition to this 1,500 car garage and busway, Arrowstreet is also working on the adjacent foot bridge and transit infrastructure, which, when complete, will connect Revere Beach to the South Parking Garage for pedestrian access.

Topics: Infrastructure, Mixed Use, Events