That time big screens showed up at Harvard Square
A new advertising initiative showed up at the Red Line’s Harvard Square Station on Jan. 31 in the form of eight big display screens.
The screens were provided at no cost as part of a partnership with Titan Digital Advertisting. There are three 70-inch screens in the station’s main atrium and five 55-inch ones in the inbound and outbound train platforms.
The MBTA said the screens will display advertisements, service alerts, and other real-time information.
Park Street and North and South stations received advertisement display screens in March.