Non-MBTA Bus Systems

Why stick to just the MBTA when there are so many other non-MBTA systems in the greater Boston area? This is a list of all of the Regional Transportation Authorities that connect to the MBTA Commuter Rail. There are links to the main websites for the Authorities, and linked routes are ones that I've reviewed.

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17 comments:

  1. One bus system that may be missing from this list is the Lexpress in Lexington: https://www.lexingtonma.gov/lexpress

    Though perhaps you omitted it because it does not connect with commuter rail (it does intersect with a number of MBTA bus lines in Lexington and Burlington), as the first paragraph says. But then neither do some of the other listings, so I thought I would suggest it anyway.

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    1. I have ridden the Lexpress before. I'm wary about adding even more stuff to this long list, but I might consider doing Lexpress and Burlington B-Line - they could both be completed in a day each, I think.

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    2. i would recommend also Ct Transit and FRTA because they connect with systems you've already reviewed, at least the regional routes like the Ct Transit express or the FRTA 31 and 32. Just a suggestion. I can't wait til you do more of the MVRTA routes.

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    3. Too far and too expensive to get to! If there was an easy way of getting to them, I would do it.

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    4. What about Logan express.after all you did a service change with it once

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    5. 12 bucks a ride?? I dunno, I'm just trying to finish all the stuff I've got on here. I'll branch out if I have time to spare.

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    6. Maybe ccrta too

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  2. What about the SRTA Fall River or New Bedford

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    1. Not for now, but maybe I'll consider it if I finish early.

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  3. I suggest BRTA in western Mass... their system is quite something...

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