MBTA Commuter Rail

MBTA Commuter Rail

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The MBTA Commuter Rail serves as the regional rail arm of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, in the United States. It is operated under contract by the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Company (MBCR) a joint partnership of Veolia Transportation, Bombardier Transportation and Alternate Concepts, Inc.

The commuter rail system is the fifth-busiest commuter rail in the country, after only New York, New Jersey and Chicago area systems. The line's characteristic purple-trimmed coaches run as far south as Warwick, Rhode Island, and as far north as Newburyport and as far west as Worcester, both in Massachusetts. The trains have two terminal stops in BostonSouth Station and North Station—both transportation hubs offering connections to Amtrak, local bus and subway lines. As of Q1 of 2010, daily weekday ridership was 131,400.

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The following lines have a terminus of South Station (listed from southeast to west):

The following lines have a terminus of North Station (listed from west to...
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