|Who can use this option?||
|How much does it cost?||
People 65 and older are eligible for reduced MBTA fares with a Senior CharlieCard. These cards are valid for 8 years. Certain customers, including people who are blind or have low vision, ride all MBTA services for free.
|When is this option available?||
Hours of operation vary with each transit line. Many subway/trolley lines and popular buses run approximately from 5:15am to 1am during the week; hours are usually reduced on weekends and holidays. Similarly, each line runs with different frequency. Some run every few minutes, while others run only a few times each day.
|How far ahead do you need to plan?||
No advance planning required.
|What accommodations are available?||
All MBTA buses, commuter rail trains, ferries, and docks are accessible to people with disabilities. Most subway/trolley cars and many stations/stops are accessible. Visit the website (mbta.com/accessibility) before you travel to check the features available on your route.
Tel: 617-222-3200 TTY: 617-222-5146 Web: https://mbta.com/customer-support
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