For people who take the commuter rail, the gap between the train station and their final destination is often traveled on foot. It's what public transit advocates refer to as the "last mile" problem. And it's one that North Shore planners are trying to solve by launching an experimental shuttle service.
The Beverly Shuttle is set to hit the streets in 2019 providing the 'last mile' service for commuter rail passengers to job centers in Beverly and Danvers.
Looking for a better commute within the North Shore and between Boston and the North Shore during the MBTA Newburyport/Rockport Commuter Rail shutdown? We’ve got you covered!
North Shore Coalition Mayors and Managers sign vision for Regional Transportation partnership and funding to improve access and mobility for all on November 1, 2019 at the Salem State University Enterprise Center. The North Shore TMA was in attendance and our very own Outreach and Programs Manager, […]
“On-demand” Bike Share Comes to Salem
On May 16, 2017, the City of Salem launched a Bike Share in partnership with Zagster, Inc., Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Salem State University.
The Salem Bike Share will launch with 18 cruiser bikes available across three stations initially:
- Federal […]
The Salem Partnership hosted an information sharing meeting on November 14th for Salem residents, businesses, and institutions for a proposed South Salem commuter rail station. Based on feedback from those attending an initial meeting in March, the presentation (provided by AECOM) identified Location 3 as the most desirable of 4 locations initially under consideration for […]
The Beverly 1A website has detailed plans and construction updates about the road improvement project on Rantoul St./Rt. 1A in Beverly.
Visit the Beverly 1A website