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WRTA bus driver glad to lend a helping hand

WORCESTER – A Worcester Regional Transit Authority bus driver said he was glad to help stop downtown traffic, after a distraught young woman laid down in the street Friday night.

Job Openings

11-12-16  The WRTA is Hiring!  The WRTA has job opportunities for drivers and our Maintenance Department.  We offer an excellent wage and benefit package.  You can apply in person from 8am to 430pm at our new location at 42 Quinsigamond Avenue, Worcester, or here online at www.therta.com by clicking on the Careers section.

Elderbus adds ‘Mobility Vehicle One’ to lineup

Local nonprofit South Central Massachusetts Elderbus added a new vehicle to its 21-vehicle fleet, the Mobility Vehicle One (MV-1).
The Worcester Regional Transit Authority awarded the vehicle in early June. The MV-1 can carry up to four clients at a time, including
capacity for a wheelchair.

WRTA Board Hopes Governor’s Cuts Are Restored

Worcester Regional Transit Authority officials expressed hope Thursday that legislators will override Gov. Charlie Baker’s budget vetoes and keep the transit authority level-funded next year.

Every Thursday – Mobile Farmers Market at the WRTA HUB

The WRTA Hub is Hosting the Mobile Farmers Market again this year.

WRTA Customer Bulletin: 2016 Customer Satisfaction Survey

Tell us what you think! Please take a moment to complete this survey and let us know what you think. For your participation, you may be eligible to win a FREE WRTA Monthly Pass!

Worcester Gets Piece of $9 Million for Transportation for Seniors, Disabled

Worcester was among the communities receiving part of $9 million in state and federal grant money for transportation improvements.

Schedule changes for shuttle services for Route A, B and Westborough, effective 6/6/16

Shuttle service for Westborough; Route A (Northbridge Walmart – Shoppes at Blackstone Valley via Route 122); and Route B (Walmart – Rockdale – Stop & Shop – Grafton MBTA Station) will change effective 6/6/16. Thank you for riding with the WRTA!

State DOT gets Worcester input on 5-year spending plan

WORCESTER – With the start of fiscal 2017 quickly approaching, state transportation officials collected public input for its five-year capital investment plan.

2/10/16 Snow Route Update

8:10 AM – All routes are on regular route except for Rt. 2 with no service to Sunnyhill Drive, Rt. 7 – no service to Washington Heights and Coes Pond Village and Rt 16. with no service to Booth Apartments

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