Boston University West is a station on the MBTA's Green Line "B" Branch located in Boston, Massachusetts. The station is located on Commonwealth Avenue near Amory Street, just to the west of the BU Bridge. Boston University West consists of two side platforms, which serve the "B" Branch's two tracks.Station artAs part of the MBTA's Arts on the Line program, six new station signs were put up in 2010 featuring illustrations by BU College of Fine Arts graduate Andy Bell. Previously, in 2006, the signs had featured "Open Space", an exhibition of cloudscapes by undergraduate Seth Gadsden. Both installations were collaborations between the MBTA and the Boston University College of Fine Arts, which is located adjacent to the station.Stop consolidationIn October 2014, the MBTA began holding meetings for a proposal to consolidate four stops - Boston University West, St. Paul Street, Pleasant Street, and Babcock Street - located near Boston University's West Campus. The four stops, which are not handicapped accessible, would be turned into two fully accessible stops as part of a planned redesign of Commonwealth Avenue between the BU Bridge and Packard's Corner. Boston University West and St. Paul Street would be consolidated into one station in the block between Amory Street and St. Paul Street.