FROM MERLIN ARCHIVE DO NOT RESEND TO LIBRARY Color Advance -- Boston, 7.29.2001: 'Exploring the T': A Green Line train accelerates as it leaves the Park Street Station. Globe Staff Photo, David Kamerman Library Tag 08092001 Calendar Library Tag 10202002 City Weekly Library Tag 09192004 Metro
A Green Line train accelerates as it leaves the Park Street Station.
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Waiting for the Green Line will soon no longer be an exercise in wishcasting, Boston Magazine reports.

The MBTA confirmed Friday that they’re working with outside vendors to put the finishing touches on a new system in both the train cars and underground passageways so that passengers can pinpoint the exact arrival times of the Green Line using smartphone apps.

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Boston.com had previously reported plans for Green Line tracking were underway.

The T didn’t say when the new tech will be rolled out. More information will be available later this year, according to Boston Mag reporter Steve Annear.

The other train lines have already had these tracking capabilities for a few years, since 2010. By getting on-board, the Green Line will settle one area of passenger aggravation. One area.

Read Boston Magazine’s full report here.