Beverly and Salem Residents as well as Business owners, please inform the Resilient Together Plan-the Joint Climate Action and Resiliency Plan for Salem and Beverly by taking this 5 minute survey to provide your opinions, perceptions, and prioritizes for environmental and community resiliency. The survey will be available all month long: (https://resilienttogether.metroquest.com/
The MassCommute Bicycle Challenge (MCBC) 2020 has ended. Thank you to everyone who participated. Eastern Bank in Lynn was our big winner. They had the most participation and have all won T-shirts and 2 lucky riders also won a $25 gift certificate to a local bike shops. Join us again next year, we'll be back to our normal timeframe in May.
The Salem Ferry has closed early for the season due to low ridership. Look forward to their return next summer!
Great news for commuters in Lynn! Zone 1A fares will remain in effect between Lynn and North Station through Dec 31st. Learn more
Effective April 14th, 2020, the NS Wave Shuttle service has been terminated. We hope to apply for another grant and restart the shuttle in the near future. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Consultants unveiled two conceptual designs and solicited feedback for the Mobility Hub at the Beverly Depot Train station.
Congrats to all our winners in the Active Commuting Challenge!
A new shuttle will soon be rolling through the streets of Beverly. The North Shore Wave is about to set sail, and it will serve as a means to solve the last-mile problem for folks looking to use public transit to get from their home to work.
Zagster bike share returns to Salem for the season now with expanded bikes and stations!
MBTA announces new bus route and schedule changes to make service more efficient and frequent, the first round of changes began on September 1st, 2019.