Waltham, Massachusetts private and public transportation
MASSPORT runs Boston's international Logan Airport,
accessible via commuter rail, bus, and subway. They also operate the regional airports
including Hanscom, in Bedford, and the Worcester Airport.
The Massachusetts Bay Tranportation Authority (MBTA),
runs the subway, bus, and commuter rail lines, including the Blue Line which connects
Logan Airport to the rest of the system. The Red Line stop at Porter connects to the
commuter rail to Waltham's Central stop at Moody Street, and the Brandeis/Roberts stop
on South Street. A bus route connects the Alewife stop to Waltham.
MBTA Home Page
The 128 Business Council
cancelled the Waltham CitiBus program on
July 3, 2003, but is now promoting a Commuter Incentive Plan to get workers
out of their cars and onto public transportation.
City streets are maintained by the city's Street and Forestry department, listed on
the home page of the city's
Department of Public Works.
The Commonwealth requires a yearly $29.00 automobile inspection at an
Official Massachusetts Inspection Station. I've started
a list of stations in Waltham. If you have your own favorite, let
me know and I'll add it to the list.
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Dedicated volunteers in 33 communities are working to transform
a former 104 mile rail line into a trail for cross-country
skiers, bicyclists, hikers, joggers and babies in baby
The Mass Central Rail-Trail