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A Silver Line bus leaves the Waterfront Tunnel on the SL1 routeA bus on the SL4 route at Newton Street station in
The Silver Line is a bus rapid transit system marketed as rapid transit. It is divided into two branches: Waterfront service (SL1, SL2, SL3, and the rush-hour Shuttle) that runs through the South Boston Transitway tunnel, and Washington Street service (SL4 and SL5) that runs on the surface via Washington Street. The Waterfront service costs the same as a subway fare, while the Washington Street service costs a regular bus fare.
The SL5 route was created in 2002 as a replacement for the Washington Street Elevated. The Shuttle route began operations in 2004, followed by the SL2 and SL3 (former) in 2004 and SL1 in 2005 when dual-mode buses became available. The SL4 was introduced in 2009 as a replacement for the canceled Phase III tunnel. A new SL3 route to Chelsea opened in 2018.
Route Description MBTA linkSL1Logan Airport–South StationLinkSL2Design Center–South StationLinkSL3Chelsea station–South StationLinkShuttleSilver Line Way–South StationSL4Nubian station–South Station at Essex StreetLinkSL5Nubian station–Downtown Crossing at Temple PlaceLink
A CT3 bus on Longwood Avenue in 2018
A #1 bus at MIT, Cambridge#7, #11, and SL4 buses at South StationA #39 bus on Centre Street in Jamaica PlainA bus on the #43 route, one of the last to be converted from streetcar to bus, stands alongside an SL5 bus on Tremont StreetA #59 bus stopped in Needham CenterA Boston Elevated Railway bus on either the #60 or since-discontinued #58 route arrives at Kenmore Square in the 1940sA #70 bus at Central Square, Waltham in 2016A #77A trolleybus on Massachusetts Avenue in 1967A #77 bus on Mount Auburn Street in 2019A #91 bus on Washington StreetA #101 bus on Main Street in SomervilleA #112 bus at Mystic Mall in Chelsea with an SL3 bus approaching at rear
These routes provide almost all local service in the core of the metropolitan area; most were originally Boston Elevated Railway streetcar routes. They were originally numbered roughly clockwise from southeast to northeast, with 4 the furthest south in South Boston and 121 the furthest north (roughly) in East Boston. The BERy folded into the Metropolitan Transit Authority in 1947, and the M.T.A. in turn was reorganized as the MBTA in 1964. Despite some changes, including minor routes being merged into trunk routes, the core service network has remained roughly intact since the BERy eta. Several new routes, including the 1, 5, and 47, have been added during the M.T.A. and MBTA eras.
Seven routes – the 52, 59, 62, 67, 70, 70A, and 76 – serve more distant western suburbs, such as Belmont, Lexington, and Needham; most were acquired from the Middlesex and Boston Street Railway in 1972, and subsequently renumbered using previously discontinued designations.
Fifteen of these routes (those with the highest ridership in the system) are designated as key bus routes; they supplement the subway system to provide frequent service to the densest areas of the city. Key bus routes typically operate at higher frequencies than their undesignated cousins, and in March 2014 their hours of service were extended until 2:30AM on Friday and Saturday nights along with the rapid transit system. In mid-2015, late-night service on some key bus routes was cut back, while other routes were dropped from late-night service.
Key bus routes are designated on this list with an *.
RouteDescriptionMBTA link1*Harvard Square–Nubian stationLink4North Station–Tide StreetLink7City Point–Otis Street & Summer StreetLink8Harbor Point–Kenmore stationLink9City Point–Copley stationLink10City Point–Copley SquareLink11City Point–Bedford Street & Chauncy StreetLink14Roslindale Square–Heath StreetLink15*Fields Corner station or Kane Square–Ruggles stationLink16Forest Hills station–Andrew station or Harbor PointLink17Fields Corner station–Andrew stationLink18Ashmont station–Andrew stationLink19Fields Corner station–Kenmore or Ruggles stationLink21Ashmont station–Forest Hills stationLink22*Ashmont station–Ruggles station via Talbot AveLink23*Ashmont station–Ruggles station via Washington StreetLink24Wakefield Avenue & Truman Parkway–Mattapan stationLink26Ashmont station–Norfolk Street LoopLink27Mattapan station–Ashmont stationLink28*Mattapan station–Ruggles stationLink29Mattapan station–Jackson Square stationLink30Mattapan station–Forest Hills station via Cummins Highway and Roslindale SquareLink31Mattapan station–Forest Hills station via Morton StreetLink32*Wolcott or Cleary Square–Forest Hills stationLink33River Street & Milton Street–Mattapan stationLink34Dedham Mall or Dedham Line–Forest Hills stationLink34EWalpole Center–Forest Hills stationLink35Dedham Mall or Stimson Street–Forest Hills stationLink36Millennium Park or VA Hospital–Forest Hills stationLink37Baker Street & Vermont Street–Forest Hills stationLink38Wren Street–Forest Hills stationLink39*Forest Hills station–Back Bay stationLink40Georgetowne–Forest Hills stationLink41Centre Street & Eliot Street–JFK/UMass stationLink42Forest Hills station–Nubian stationLink43Ruggles station–Park Street stationLink44Jackson Square station–Ruggles stationLink45Franklin Park–Ruggles stationLink47Central Square, Cambridge–Broadway stationLink50Cleary Square–Forest Hills stationLink51Reservoir station–Forest Hills stationLink52Dedham Mall–Watertown YardLink55Jersey Street & Queensberry Street–Park Street stationLink57*Watertown Yard–Kenmore stationLink57AOak Square–Kenmore stationLink59Needham Junction–Watertown SquareLink60Chestnut Hill–Kenmore stationLink61North Waltham–Waltham CenterLink62Bedford VA Hospital–Alewife stationLink64Oak Square–University Park or Kendall/MIT stationLink65Brighton–Kenmore stationLink66*Harvard Square–Nubian stationLink67Turkey Hill–Alewife stationLink68Harvard Square–Kendall/MIT stationLink69Harvard Square–Lechmere stationLink70Market Place Drive or Waltham Center–University ParkLink71*Watertown Square–Harvard stationLink72Aberdeen Avenue–Harvard stationLink73*Waverley Square–Harvard StationLink74Belmont Center–Harvard via Concord AvenueLink75Belmont Center–Harvard via Huron AvenueLink76Lincoln Lab–Alewife stationLink77*Arlington Heights–Harvard stationLink78Arlmont Village–Harvard stationLink79Arlington Heights–Alewife stationLink80Arlington Center–Lechmere stationLink83Rindge Avenue–Central Square, CambridgeLink84Arlmont Village–Alewife stationLink85Spring Hill–Kendall/MIT stationLink86Sullivan Square station–Reservoir stationLink87Clarendon Hill or Arlington Center–Lechmere stationLink88Clarendon Hill–Lechmere stationLink89Clarendon Hill or Davis station–Sullivan Square stationLink90Davis station–Assembly RowLink91Sullivan Square station–Central Square, CambridgeLink92Sullivan Square station–Downtown via Main StreetLink93Sullivan Square station–Downtown via Bunker Hill StreetLink94Medford Square–Davis stationLink95West Medford or Arlington Center–Sullivan Square stationLink96Medford Square–Harvard stationLink97Malden Center station–Wellington stationLink99Woodland Road–Wellington stationLink100Elm Street–Wellington stationLink101Malden Center station–Sullivan Square station via Winter HillLink104Malden Center station–Sullivan Square station via Ferry StreetLink105Malden Center station–Sullivan Square station via Newland Street HousingLink106Lebanon Loop–Wellington stationLink108Linden Square–Wellington stationLink109Linden Square–Sullivan Square stationLink110Wonderland station–Wellington stationLink111*Woodlawn–Haymarket stationLink112Wellington station–Wood Island stationLink114Market Basket–Maverick stationLink116*Wonderland station–Maverick station via Revere StreetLink117*Wonderland station–Maverick station via Beach StreetLink119Northgate Shopping Center–Beachmont stationLink120Orient Heights station–Jeffries PointLink121Wood Island station–Maverick stationLink
A #131 bus passing Melrose Highlands station
Numbers from 131 to 137 operate in the Melrose area; their routings are based on routes operated as part of the former Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway, which was folded into the MBTA system in 1968. The 136 and 137 were briefly operated as far as Lowell and Lawrence, their original Eastern Mass terminals, while under MBTA control. The 132 was a Service Bus Lines route which was not operated by the MBTA until 1975.
RouteDescriptionMBTA link131Melrose Highlands–Oak Grove or Malden Center stationLink132Redstone Shopping Center–Malden Center stationLink134North Woburn–Wellington stationLink136Reading Depot–Malden Center station via Lowell StreetLink137Reading Depot–Malden Center station via North AvenueLink
A Dudley-bound route 170 bus (signed NO STOPS) at Back Bay station in 2017
170 and 171 are special low-service routes, the 170 a variant of the 70 introduced in 1968 and the 171 a replacement for early morning CT3 service when it was cut back from Logan Airport in 2002. Other numbers in the 170s were used for largely short-lived routes serving industrial areas.
Routes from 191 to 194 are single round trips in the early morning, mainly meant for subway fare collectors but open to the public. They were introduced by the M.T.A. in 1960.
Route 195 is a special low-service route not open to the general public nor shown on MBTA maps. It connects downtown Boston with the homeless shelter at Lemuel Shattuck Hospital. Until September 2015, the route was numbered 277 to match routes 274-276 (which connected downtown Boston to the Long Island Health Campus and were suspended due to the closure of Long Island Bridge in October 2014.)
The 20 belt route was created by the M.T.A. in 1962 as a combination of the 20 and 21 stub routes inherited from BERy. In 2005, the MBTA redesignated the two directions of the loop as the 201 and 202 to avoid confusion about which way each bus ran.
These routes operate in the Quincy area. Routes 210-245 are based on routes originally operated by the Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway (folded into the MBTA in 1968) which mostly ran into Fields Corner station. When the Red Line's Braintree Branch opened in the 1970s, these routes were rerouted to terminate at the new rapid transit stations (principally Quincy Center).
A #214 bus (with #230 and #211 buses behind) at Quincy Center stationA #225 bus at Quincy Center stationRouteDescriptionMBTA link210Quincy Center station–Fields Corner stationLink211Quincy Center station–SquantumLink212Quincy Center station–North Quincy stationLink214Germantown–Quincy Center stationLink215Quincy Center station–Ashmont station via West QuincyLink216Houghs Neck–Quincy Center stationLink217Quincy Center station–Ashmont station via Wollaston stationLink220Hingham Depot–Quincy Center stationLink221Fort Point–Quincy Center stationLink222East Weymouth–Quincy Center stationLink225Weymouth Landing–Quincy Center stationLink226Columbian Square–Braintree stationLink230Montello station–Quincy Center stationLink236South Shore Plaza–Quincy Center stationLink238Holbrook/Randolph station–Quincy Center stationLink240Avon Square–Ashmont stationLink245Quincy Center station–Mattapan stationLink
A #326 bus in Medford in July 2015
A #354 bus in Woburn
These routes operate in the Burlington area. They are the remains of the Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway's Lowell Division, which was inherited intact by the MBTA in 1968 and gradually declined thereafter.
These routes operate in the Lynn area and the North Shore. Two routes that run to Haymarket have weekend short-turn variants (labeled with a W suffix) that terminate at Wonderland. The 411 and 430 were Service Bus Lines routes that were acquired by the MBTA in 1975; the other routes are largely Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway routes acquired in 1968.
A route 430 bus leaving Malden Center stationA route 451 bus on Route 1A in SalemRouteDescriptionMBTA link411Kennedy Drive or Jack Satter House–Malden Center stationLink424Eastern Avenue & Essex Street–Wonderland stationLink426Central Square, Lynn–Haymarket stationLink426WCentral Square, Lynn–Wonderland stationLink428Oaklandvale–Haymarket stationLink429Northgate Shopping Center–Central Square, LynnLink430Saugus Center–Malden Center stationLink434Main Street, Peabody–Haymarket stationLink435Liberty Tree Mall–Central Square, Lynn via Peabody SquareLink436Liberty Tree Mall–Central Square, Lynn via Goodwin CircleLink439Nahant–Wonderland stationLink441Marblehead–Wonderland station via Paradise RoadLink442Marblehead–Wonderland station via Humphrey StreetLink450Salem Depot–Haymarket stationLink450WSalem Depot–Wonderland stationLink451North Beverly station–Salem DepotLink455Salem Depot–Wonderland stationLink456Salem Depot–Central Square, LynnLink465Danvers Square–Salem DepotLink
These routes operate express between Newton and downtown Boston via the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90). The 500 series routes were created by the MBTA in the 1960s to take advantage of the newly constructed turnpike extension into Boston. The 550 series routes were Middlesex and Boston Street Railway routes to Newton Corner that were extended to downtown Boston in the 1960s and taken over by the MBTA in 1972.
A #504 bus on Stuart Street in 2019RouteDescriptionMBTA link501Brighton Center–Federal Street & Franklin StreetLink502Watertown Yard–Copley stationLink503Brighton Center–Copley SquareLink504Watertown Yard–Federal Street & Franklin StreetLink505Waltham Center–Federal Street & Franklin StreetLink553Roberts–Federal Street & Franklin StreetLink554Waverley Square–Federal Street & Franklin StreetLink556Waltham Highlands–Federal Street & Franklin StreetLink558Riverside station–Federal Street & Franklin StreetLink
An MBTA bus operated by Paul Revere Transportation running on the #713 route at Orient Heights station in 2018
The MBTA provides partial subsidy for some suburban routes outside its usual service area that connect with MBTA bus, subway, or commuter rail service. Routes 710-716 are radial commuter routes that accept MBTA passes on CharlieTickets only; they were taken over from various private operators (Hudson Bus Lines for the 710 and 716, Rapid Transit Inc. for the 712/713, and Nantasket Transportation for the 714).
The non-numbered routes (listed here by their designator on MBTA maps) are local circulator services founded by the municipalities with partial MBTA subsidy. All are operated by private companies under contract, except for the Beverly Shuttle which is operated by the Cape Ann Transportation Authority.
RouteDescriptionMBTA link710North Medford–Wellington stationLink712Point Shirley, Winthrop–Orient Heights station via Revere StreetLink713Point Shirley, Winthrop–Orient Heights station via Winthrop CenterLink714Pemberton Point, Hull–Station Street, HinghamLink716Cobbs Corner–Mattapan stationLinkBEDBedford Local TransitLinkBEVCity of Beverly ShuttleLinkLEXLexington Lexpress (6 routes)LinkMISMission Hill LINKLink
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