The MBTA's Government Center station, closed for renovation for the better part of two years, will open its doors to riders on March 26, according to General Manager Frank DePaola.
DePaola made the announcement on the video series "Comcast Newsmakers" Monday.
"The crews have worked extraordinarily hard to ensure that the T’s pledge to re-open the station in two years is fulfilled," MBTA General Manager Frank DePaola said in a statement. "The MBTA greatly appreciates its customers’ patience during this period of construction. The T looks forward to opening a completely rebuilt station that will be accessible to people of all abilities."
The T ran into problems in August with the station's glass enclosure rising from the bricks of City Hall Plaza. Faulty seals led the glass panes to fog up, but the fix appears not to have delayed the reopening.