We’ve often been asked about transfers when using a Senior or Reduced Fare Charlie Card. A transfer is when you change from one vehicle to another, such as taking a bus north to the subway, then taking the subway east to your destination. Share this!
Unfortunately, customer service support has always been notoriously difficult to get from Uber. Now, by withdrawing from offering all help via phone or email, they’ve actually made it harder to get help when you need it. And it’s even more difficult if you’re not one of their registered customers. Share
A company called Busy Bee once provided low-cost or free medical transportation during business hours to seniors throughout Greater Boston. Unfortunately, last month, they announced that they were going out of business effective immediately. This announcement left many seniors struggling to get to their medical appointments. Springwell is the Area
As of September 1st, 2016, a few changes will take place at the MBTA Charlie Card Store at the Downtown Crossing T station. Please note! If you need help with your MBTA reduced fare Charlie Card or have questions about these cards, please call the MBTA at (617) 222-3200. TTY users
We received a message recently from a senior who had been using the Uber smartphone app to hail rides around town. Share this!
Are you worried that giving up your driver’s license will leave you without legal identification? Fear not! Seniors who do not have a Massachusetts driver’s license can get a Massachusetts ID card from the Registry of Motor Vehicles. Massachusetts ID cards look similar to driver’s licenses; however, they do not extend any driving privileges. This
On June 16th, 2016, five panelists gathered at the Brookline Senior Center to share with the public their expertise and experienced getting around without driving. The panelists all use a combination of various options, including walking, cycling, taking the T, riding the bus, using The RIDE, and using ride-hailing apps