The MBTA said Tuesday it plans to re-open Government Center, a critical downtown juncture, on March 26.

Frank Depaola, the T's general manager, announced the date in an interview with Comcast Newsmakers,   according to The Boston Globe.

Government Center station, which connects the Blue and Green lines, has been closed for renovations since March of 2014.

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When it's done, the MBTA has promised a "fully accessible, safer, modern, more comfortable facility" complete with new escalators and elevators, more vendors, LED signs and an expanded fare collection center.

The only public hiccup in the process came when contractors had to remove and re-install more than 300 faulty glass panels, but the T said at the time it wouldn't impact the opening.