Transportation options for older people
Being able to travel around Boston is an important part of leading a productive, independent life.
We are committed to helping connect older adults to all of the options available to them.
I enjoy living in Boston. I can get anywhere I want to with convenience.
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We offer these transportation options
We provide Boston residents age 60 and older with free transportation within the City of Boston to non-emergency medical appointments, with advance notice. We also have wheelchair-accessible shuttles. Call us at 617-635-3000 to set up a ride.Taxi Coupons
Discounted taxi coupons are available for Boston residents age 65 and over and persons with disabilities. Coupons can be used in taxis licensed by the City of Boston. Coupons are available at the Age Strong Commission in Boston City Hall. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Do you need some help feeling more confident about taking public transportation around the city? Our trained volunteer Bus Buddies can help you navigate the MBTA. Call us at 617-635-4366 for more information.Rides to our Commission events!
We may be able to help coordinate transportation to and from our largest events. Call us at 617-635-4366 for more information.
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Public transit discounts
The MBTA reduces fares and passes for seniors 65 and older with a Senior Charliecard.
You can use the MBTA's door-to-door service if you are unable to use public transportation because of a physical or mental disability.
Call us and we can help walk you through some options you might be eligible for, like:
- transportation to medical appointments, and
- transportation if you receive a service package through a Senior Care Option (SCO) or Aging Service Access Point (ASAP).