Worcester Regional Transit Authority

508-791-WRTA

Detour for Saturday 9-20-14

Update 3:30 pm-9-19-14 RT 7 Detour now lifted

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Trade Contractor Request For Statement Of Qualifications – RFQ # 20140919

Safe Streets. Smart Trips - High School Video Contest - Enter by October 3, 2014.
WRTA Bus Tracker – Track by QR Code
Worcester Technical High School
WRTA Bustracker
Worcester Art Museum

Welcome to the WRTA – your regional transit authority!

The Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) is a regional transit system that services the City of Worcester and the surrounding 37 communities in the Central Massachusetts area with a bus fleet that includes all-electric buses as well as many diesel-electric hybrid buses.

The second largest regional transit authority in Massachusetts, the WRTA offers reliable, comfortable, and safe transportation for traveling to work, shopping, school, medical appointments, and leisure activities.

Its real time bus arrival information system includes the latest advancements in communication technologies with automatic vehicle announcements, an automatic vehicle locator system, dynamic message signs, traffic signal priority, and automatic vehicle monitoring.

The WRTA also provides paratransit service for the elderly and disabled, as well as a variety of special services for those groups in the entire service area.

The WRTA Transportation Hub is located beside Union Station. It provides connections between the various modes of transportation in the area, including commuter rail, intercity bus, taxi service, and Amtrak.

We hope you enjoy riding with us!


Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Goal

Notice is hereby given that the Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Participation Goal in accordance with U.S. Department of Transportation Regulations at 49 CFR Part 26. Please click here for more information.


WRTA Performance Report Card: July 2014

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