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About Boston
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Transportation

The MBTA subway system is most commonly known as the “T”. There are four subway lines that connect at different stations. Each line is designated by color: red, blue, green and orange.
The fare is $2.00 with a Charlie Card or $2.50 without one. Charlie Cards may be purchased online.

subway map mbta

The “T” runs everyday from 5:00am until 12:30am. A Night Owl Service is available on Friday and Saturday nights between 1:30am and 2:30am. Buses leave Government Center Station every half hour and travel to most subway station stops. A complete listing of bus and “T” routes, schedules, and fares is available at www.mbta.com.

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Taxi cabs have services 24 hours. Taxis are generally more accessible in downtown Boston versus in Brookline; therefore at times you may wish to call a company directly.
Green Cab: (617) 628-0600
Yellow Cab: (617) 625-5000
City Cab (781) 396-4040
Tan Cab (781) 396-7777