The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, which keeps Boston’s subway “The T” secure, is out with an app to aid riders in discreetly reporting suspicious activities.
Use MBTA See Say to report safety and security concerns you see in the system directly to Transit Police. You have the option of calling the police directly or sending a report by taking a picture of the problem and sending it. When using the image method, choose the appropriate report type.
The available Report Types are the following:
- Suspicious Activity
- Unattended Bag or Package
- Robbery or Theft
- Assault or Fighting
- Comment Only
- Fire or Flood
- Gun or Knife
- Illegally Parked Vehicle
- Medical Emergency
- Power Outage
- Unruly Behavior
- Vehicle Accident
Other than reporting problems, MBTA also provides you with information on route schedules, fares, and maps.
View schedules for subways, buses, commuter rails, and boats. Choose a route of your choice for any form of transportation to view the times and map. The fare section provides information from daily to monthly costs for each form of transporting.
Fare information for buses include:
- Monthly Local Pass
- Monthly Inner Express Pass
- Monthly Outer Express Pass
- Monthly LinkPass
- Seniors and Persons With Disabilities
- Children 11 and Under
Sign up for T-Alerts to receive messages when a bus, boat, or train delays occur. MBTA makes public transporting vastly easier and convenient. You have all the resources at the palm of your hand! Visit the MBTA website to get further information on contact info, apps, trip planners, and service alerts. Share this app with family and friends via email or SMS.
- T-Alerts are available for delay alerts
- Fast and easy to use
Off the Mark:
- Only works for public transportation in Massachusetts