Worcester opens new bus hub

In Other Cities, Transportation by Jef Nickerson1 Comment

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Photo from Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Worcester, Mass. has opened their new bus hub at the city’s Union Station. The hub connects local WRTA buses to intercity buses, Amtrak, and MBTA commuter rail and features real time electronic bus information, covered bike parking, and charging stations for the agency’s new electric buses.

See more information on the USDOT Fast Lane blog and in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette (includes video).

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Comments

  1. The Protera buses are really interesting. RIPTA could replace the trolley fleet with those and save a bundle. Granted the current hybrid fleet does halve their fuel consumption but zeroing it out would be cool!

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