People with intellectual disabilities must have access to public and private transportation to lead full, independent lives.
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Funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Easter Seals Project ACTION promotes cooperation between the transportation industry and the disability community to increase mobility for people with disabilities under the ADA and beyond. In an effort to make the ADA work for everyone, every day, Easter Seals offers training, technical assistance, and numerous resources, including a National Accessible Travelers Database, seniors and youth transportation resources, and rural and rail transportation resources.
Transportation services are available across Massachusetts for seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, commuters, and others. Resources are available to help finding a ride, and learn how to get involved in improving transportation options in your town or region.
The state’s largest public transportation provider, serving seventy-eight communities in eastern Massachusetts including Boston. For a listing of the state’s other regional transit authorities with accompanying links and contact information, click here.
Information for people on services available for people with disabilities
Offering services for students with special needs or students with disabilities. Services provided statewide.
System-wide accessibility orientations and individualized training available on MBTA system from English/Spanish bilingual Travel Trainer. Ways2Go is a collaboration between Door2Door by SCM, MBTA, MRC, and City of Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities.