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Welcome Aboard The Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority (MVRTA) is your public transportation service. The MVRTA serves the northeast corner of Massachusetts with over 1 million miles of city, suburban, interurban, and rural scheduled bus routes. 


Detours and Alerts

Detours and Alerts

Plan Ahead for the last days of Summer

We will be closed Monday, September 4, 2017 in observance of Labor Day. There will be no bus or van service on this day. We will be running a normal schedule on Tuesday,
September 5.

As a reminder, Sunday, September 3 will be the last day for the Route 83 beach bus to Salisbury/Hampton. 

ATTENTION SUNDAY RIDERS/Effective July 23, 2017

 Schedule CHANGES for Outbound and Inbound Effective July 23, 2017.  Changes as well for ADA EZ Trans Riders and Groveland Ring & Ride --NEW Sunday Service Hours: 9am-5:50pm

 Click here for Fixed Route details!


What a great day for the beach!  Let the MVRTA do the driving for you!


Take the MVRTA ROUTE 83 to Salisbury Beach

or Hampton Beach thru September 3rd!

Monday thru Sunday!

OR use ROUTE 51 and  transfer to the ROUTE 54

to visit Salisbury Beach every 70 minutes (year round)!  

Please check for further changes and alerts on Twitter @ #mvrtaalerts 

(click for more info.)

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How To Ride

How To Ride It is very important to MVRTA that you understand all your options when it comes to your local transit services. Where should you begin? Well, you can start with one of the shortcuts above to one of our three service areas. Each area describes the kind of services offered and provides links to Frequently Asked Questions about How to Ride. If you cannot find the answers you are looking for, please Contact Us and we will be glad to help! read more >>

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