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PVTA bus schedules, lines, routes, and stations overview by TrainUS
PVTA operates bus across Massachusetts.
The company is an important transport agency in the state of Massachusetts.
It is responsible for carrying thousands of passengers daily.
Most of the PVTA lines are made in Massachusetts
Traveling on this company you can ride in several types of bus.
At TrainUS, you can find Massachusetts next bus schedules, routes, and fares.
Besides, all the information about your next PVTA trips, such as bus stations, maps, and alerts.
PVTA transit busy line
Here are some route information details from the most popular trips.
- Check Tripper 20 Helper Service timetables here.
- Check Tripper 1 Helper Service timetables here.
- Check Smith/Mount Holyoke Express timetables here.
- Check Tripper 23 Helper Service timetables here.
- Check Tripper 3 Helper Service timetables here.
- Check Tripper 5 Helper Service timetables here.
PVTA trip planner
Plan your next ride, before your trip.
If you want to plan each move of your next trip using the Massachusetts bus, metro, ferry or rail system, TrainUs can help you.
Here you can find all the details about the Massachusetts bus trip planner.
Plan your trip using any Massachusetts public transport.
Just choose your departure location and arrive at PVTA station.
Then you will find all the kinds of transportation for your ride.
There are some routes with more than one type of transport, such as bus, subway, rail or others.
After you have searched, you can see which type of carrier are available.
Plus, you can also verify the bus schedule, the PVTA fares and stations.
After you choose the best PVTA schedule for your ride, you can check all the stops that will have during your trip.
For any request or issue, you can get in contact with the Massachusetts Transit company by phone.
If you have questions about bus schedules, stations, or status, you also can send an email.
PVTA phone number: 413-788-8630
Massachusetts public transportations
If this company does not have a ride for your destination, you can count on others Massachusetts transit companies.
TrainUs has information about bus schedule in Massachusetts from 384 agencies of transit on the city.
So you can find the bus service available, Massachusetts fare, metro bus planner, and others information to help you decide which way is the better to get to your destination.
Massachusetts State public transportations
Besides, Massachusetts, you can also find public transportation to others states like Illinois, District of Columbia, Washington, New York, Texas, Massachusetts and much more.
There are others companies riding in several cities on Massachusetts State such as Gwinnett County Transit, Vail Transit, Portland Streetcar, TriMet, Streamline
At TrainUS you can find all bus, train, metro, ferry, tramway, subway lines available on the Massachusetts state.
Frequently asked questions on Massachusetts public transportation
Can I bring my bike on the PVTA bus?
Bicycle are allowed during some hours during the day, except on peak hours.
You also cannot bring your bike on holidays or specials events.
Be aware, there is a limit of bicycle numbers in each bus or metro.
For more information about it, get in contact with the company.
Can I travel with my pet inside PVTA transportations?
Only animals that assist people with disabilities can travel on the PVTA transports.
Small pets can be carried as well, but they must be aboard on a safe container.
Do bus has accessibility features?
Yes, most of them have accessibility features to help the passengers with any disability.
On the stations, you can find low floor ramps or lifts. On the transport, there is a specific area for wheelchairs and facilities during the boarding.
Can I smoke in a bus?
No, you cannot smoke inside the Massachusetts public transportation. It is illegal.
Is there parkings at PVTA busstations?
Yes, there is a parking nearby the most of metro stations in Massachusetts.