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Need a ride? The MBTA can help


About The RIDE


The RIDE paratransit service provides door-to-door, shared-ride transportation to eligible people who can’t use the subway, bus, or trolley all or some of the time due to temporary or permanent disability.


The RIDE is available year-round in fifty-eight cities and towns in the greater Boston area, with similar operating hours to the MBTA—generally from 5 AM to 1 AM daily. Travel times are comparable to the same trip taken on fixed-route (bus, subway or trolley) plus an additional 20 minutes. The RIDE is a shared service, so you’ll travel with other customers going in the same general direction.


If you have a disability, the RIDE may be able to take you to and from the Norwood Food Pantry. Click here for the guide to getting started.


Click here to be taken to the MBTA Ride site.

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