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BOSTON MA TRANSPORTATION - BOSTON TRANSPORT

Boston TransportationBoston Transport - Boston city has a good transportation system and loads of ways to get to museums, galleries, shopping, pubs, or whereever else you want to go. The public transport system is the best way to get around Boston and it is very easy to manage. The public transport system is run by MBTA and there are thirteen rail systems, five boat routes, four subway lines and almost 200 bus routes covering the city and general area.

Fares are very reasonable and the great bet is the Visitor Pass. This gives you unlimited travel on the Boston Inner Harbour Ferry, The Subway and the local bus routes. This Pass can be bought at all MBTA stations. A one day pass is less than $10, a three day pass is about $20 and if you are going to use public transport these passes are very convenient.

For more information and trip planner you can visit the MBTA website: www.mbta.com

 

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