The MBTA Commuter Lines (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority) system keeps those of us in the suburbs comfortably connected to all points in Boston and Worcester.Â
Natives of Massachusetts refer to the Mass transit railway system as the "T".
With corresponding bus lines, the T system can take through most of the urban and suburban areas of the state.
The MBTA Mass transit systemÂ consists of the following lines:
MBTA Stations are available throughout the Metrowest area.Â Â
For those living in Westborough, the MBTA Station is located at Smith Parkway and Fisher Street.Â There are 443 parking spaces available at $4.00 a day.Â
Hopkinton residents share the train station in Southborough which is located on 87 Southville Road with 364 parking spaces.Â
Residents in Ashland have an MBTA Station available to them on Pleasant Street next to Burnham's Supper House on Route 135 with 678 parking spaces.Â
If your home is in Framingham, you can board the MBTA Station at Irving Street and Concord with 166 parking spaces available for commuters.Â
Natick residents have a choice of two MBTA Stations - one in downtown Natick at 1 Walnut Street with 71 parking spaces or the West Natick Station located on 249 West Central Street.Â It has 178 parking spaces available.Â
Whether your destination is the office, baseball at the Fenway, the theatre or the ballet - the MBTA Commuter train will get you there.
Copyright 2010 - "MBTA Commuter Lines in Metrowest MA"
Claudette Millette, Broker, Owner, The Buyers' Counsel - a Buyer Broker Since 1992
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