The MBTA subway operates from 4:56 am to 1:02 am Monday - Saturday (depending on transit line) and Sunday from 5.20 am to 12:47 am. The fare is $2.40 (one-way) with a CharlieCard, CharlieTicket or cash or $1.10 with reduces fare card. Children 11 years and under are FREE when accompanied by a paying adult (up to 2 children per customer).
The MBTA Visitor Passport/Day/Week LinkPass is also available as a ticket good for 1 or 7 days unlimited use on Subway, Local Bus, Inner Harbor Ferry, and Commuter Rail Zone 1A.
MBTA bus fare within Boston is $1.70 with a CharlieCard or $0.85 with a with reduced fare card. Children 11 and under are FREE when accompanied by a paying adult. The MBTA Visitor Passport/Day/Week LinkPass is also available as a ticket good for 1 or 7 days unlimited use on Subway, Local Bus, Inner Harbor Ferry, and Commuter Rail Zone 1A.
Express bus fares to suburban areas start at $4.25 and increase by distance traveled.
The Commuter Rail reaches the outlying cities surronding Boston. They include: Fitchburg, Lowell, Haverhill, Newburyport, Rockport, Worcester, Franklin, Lakeville, Kingston, Plymouth, Scituate and Providence Rhode Island.
The Commuter rail on-way starts at $2.40 with a CharlieTicket or the mTicket App, and increase by distance traveled.
The Commuter Boat Service services the inner harbor of Boston to the South Shore. It is not only a wonderful way to commute, but an economical and fun way to see Boston by boat.
The one-way ferry fare starts at $3.70 with the mTicket App or Paper Ferry ticket, and increases by the distance traveled.
The fare is calculated by distance on a meter, which is visible to passengers. Taxis can be hailed on the street or called by phone.
THE RIDE is the T's paratransit program service to 62 cities and towns. They provide door-to door transportation to eligible people who cannot use general public transportation at all or some of the time, because of a physical, cognitive or mental disability.
THE RIDE is operated in compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is a shared-ride service, which means you are traveling with other people.
Only registered "THE RIDE" customers may take advantage of the service.
On-street parking at metered spaces require payment to park. The one or two hour posted limits are strictly enforced. Additional posted restrictions are applied during rush hour. Off-street parking is available in area garages and some businesses validate parking receipts at time of purchase. Valet parking services are available at many of Boston's restaurants.
Logan International Airport is Massachusetts' largest Airport. Public transportation to it is available by the MBTA, taxi, limousine service, and by boat. Private helicopter service is also be available through several private companies.
Owned and operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority, the Worcester Regional Airport offers major airline service.
Telehone: (508) 799-1741. (888) FLY-WORC