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The T runs daily service on buses, boats, trains and trolleys throughout Boston and surrounding towns. Stations can be identified by a black T on a white circular sign:

Purchase fare on a CharlieTicket with cash, debit or credit card at fare-vending machines in any station or aboveground trolley stop, or with cash only at a bus farebox. It costs $2.25 to ride the subway, trolley, or Silver Line 1-3 and $1.70 to ride the bus with a CharlieCard. If you use a CharlieTicket or cash, it costs a little more. Fares on the Commuter Rail, ferry, and The RIDE depend on how far you travel. Reduced fare programs are available. The MBTA has developed user guides for first-time T riders and first-time Commuter Rail riders to help you get the most out of your visits to the Greater Boston area.

Visitors benefit from multi-day LinkPasses for unlimited bus, train, trolley and Inner Harbor Ferry access for one ($9.00) or seven ($15.00) days effective from date of purchase. Passes are available at any in-station or Logan Airport fare-vending machine or at vendors throughout the city. For information about fares, schedules, routes, sales locations,  group sales information, and automated fare equipment visit mbta.com.

You may also find the new trip planner and list of real-time transit apps helpful for your trip.

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA)
617-222-3200, 800-392-6100 TTY 617-222-5146