MBTA Commuter Rail: $10 summer-weekend fare 2018
This summer, riders can take advantage of a special $10 summer weekend fare on the Commuter Rail, valid for unlimited travel through all zones on Saturdays and Sundays, beginning June 9, 2018. This pilot program will be offered every weekend through September 2, 2018.
Trips to Boston are always fun - and adding the element of a cost-efficient train ride only adds to the adventure. Plus - you can eliminate the hassle of parking.
The $10 fare will be available on mTicket, onboard trains, and at ticket windows at North, South, and Back Bay Stations. The special fare applies to customers age 12 and above; paying adults can bring 2 children under 12 for free.
The mticket app is very easy to use - and you can purchase your fares via your phone using a cradit card. This means you no longer have to concern yourself with cash transactions aboard the train.
Unlike weekdays, weekend Commuter Rail service is not in high demand. This $10 summer weekend fare is a pilot program designed to test the market and encourage people to try Commuter Rail service on weekends when ample seating is available.
During the summer pilot, MBTA staff hopes to learn more about weekend Commuter Rail ridership demand, receive customer feedback, and evaluate the pilot's impact on overall ridership and revenue balance through data collected from mTicket and retail windows. Customers are encouraged to email comments and inquiries about the special fare pilot at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the exception of the CapeFlyer, operated through a partnership with the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, and special event trains, this pilot applies to all MBTA Commuter Rail services.
$10 per person all weekend; 12 and under ride free
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