The Greater Attleboro Taunton Transit Authority announced the launch of GATRA GO, a new Microtransit on-demand service which allows transit riders to request a vehicle to pick them up and drop them off where needed. The service runs in the Route 1, 140, and 106 corridors, which includes selected areas of the towns of Mansfield, Plainville, and Foxborough. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. To request a pick up riders can download the Transloc mobile app on their smartphone or dial 508-697-1911, where they will be assisted by a dispatcher. Riders can also book a ride online using the GATRA OnDemand Web Portal. For additional information, call GATRA Go customer service at 774-226-1270
RIPTA will add a new express service, Route 24X, that will connect RIPTA to the Southeastern Regional Transit Authority (SRTA) at the Pettine Transportation Center in Fall River and the service now creates a tri-city link between Providence, Fall River and Newport. See full schedule on the RIPTA website.
September 8, 2017 (Taunton, MA) Searching for accessible transportation options in Massachusetts just got easier and more accurate. Today, the Greater Attleboro-Taunton Regional Transit Authority (GATRA) announces the launch of an enhanced search feature to the popular Ride Match website (www.massridematch.org) that utilizes Google Transit data, providing users with access to real-time transit schedules and step-by-step route information. “We believe that access to transportation is essential for people with disabilities, the elderly, or anyone who doesn’t own a car,” said Mary Basilone, Independent Contractor for Ride Match. “Ride Match has always provided users with comprehensive information about transportation options, but this new search tool goes one step further. It provides users with exact information for all their transit trips, including route maps, directions as well as next available departure/ arrival times for bus, train or subway lines.” “We are dedicated to empowering people throughout our local cities and towns and ensuring they are able to reach their friends, families, jobs, …
HYANNIS – The CapeFlyer is extending its Super Summer Sunday Savings Fare for the entire 2017 season. The tickets, which cost $15, are good for round-trip, same day travel on Sundays. The tickets can be purchased at the MBTA Commuter Rail ticket office at South Station or through the mTicket app. The special tickets are not available for purchase on-board. Click Here for more information.
Today, the Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority (GATRA), in cooperation with MassDOT and the 14 Regional Transit Authorities (RTAs) serving Massachusetts, announced the expansion and redesign of Ride Match, the web-based tool that offers quick, easy access to information about transportation options for seniors, individuals with disabilities, and anyone needing to travel in Massachusetts. Click Here for full story.
Federal, state and local officials were on hand Tuesday morning for a ribbon cutting at the $90 million Worcester Regional Transit Authority Maintenance and Operations Facility on Quinsigamond Avenue. Click Here for complete article.
Retired Gardner resident Paul Suihkonen’s long wait for the train ended Friday, September 30, 2016, when the first Fitchburg Line cars rolled into the new Wachusett Commuter Rail Station at 7:48 a.m. Read more…
On Friday, December 4, 2015, President Obama signed the five-year, $305 billion “Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST ACT).