Public Transportation Assistance
Public transit options are few in the JTMO service area, but we are available to help interested employees make alternative commuting connections. Schedules for the nearest commuter rail stations (Ballardvale and No. Wilmington) are available at www.mbta.com.
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MBTA Commuter Rail: Mobile Ticketing
Passengers on many MBTA Commuter Rail Lines, north and west of Boston, are now able to use their smartphones instead of paper tickets to ride the train.
Under this first in the nation mobile ticketing program, customers will be able to purchase tickets and passes using the MBTA mTicket app for iPhone and Android devices wherever they are. The tickets are displayed on the phone’s screen as a digital ‘flash pass’ or encrypted barcode. The system uses the JustRide mobile ticketing platform from Masabi US Ltd.
“The new MBTA mTicket application is the latest innovation from MassDOT and the MBTA.” said MassDOT Secretary and CEO Richard A. Davey. “Customers will now have the ability to purchase tickets without waiting in lines meaning they get more time back in their day and more control over their commute.”
With the new MBTA mTicket application, customers can purchase tickets in seconds via their smartphone. Once tickets are purchased, they will be stored digitally in their application’s ‘ticket wallet’ on the phone. With this new application, customers don’t have to worry about losing their ticket. If a smartphone is lost or replaced, tickets can be transferred effortlessly at any MBTA customer service location.
In the first phase of the pilot, MBTA commuter rail riders riding on the Lowell, Fitchburg, Haverhill, and Newbury/Rockport lines can purchase and use single or ten-ride tickets via their smartphone. The second phase of the pilot will expand the app to customers using the Commuter Boat and Worcester, Franklin, Fairmount, Providence, Greenbush, and Old Colony Commuter Rail Lines.
More information can be found on the MBTA Commuter Rail website.