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The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) operates commuter boats in the between Long Wharf, Lovejoy Wharf and Rowes Wharf on the downtown Boston waterfront to Hingham, Hull, Quincy and Logan International Airport as well as inner habor ferries between downtown Boston, Charlestown Navy Yard, and South Boston. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is a quasi-governmental organization formed in 1964 that controls most bus, subway, commuter rail and ferry systems in the Boston, Massachusetts, USA area. ... The Port of Boston, centered on Boston, Massachusetts, is the largest seaport in Massachusetts. ... Hingham is a town located in Plymouth County on the South Shore of Massachusetts. ... Aerial view of Hull Hull is a town located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. ... Quincy is a city located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts and bears the nickname The City of Presidents. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 88,025. ... KBOS is the airport identification code. ... The Boston Navy Yard, originally Charlestown Navy Yard and after 1945 Boston Naval Shipyard, was one of the oldest shipbuilding facilities of the United States Navy. ...

See MBTA boat service page (http://www.mbta.com/traveling_t/schedules_boats.asp) Aquarium/Financial District Station of the MBTA, is a station on the Blue Line. ... Platforms at North Station North Station, located at Causeway and Nashua Streets, in Boston, Massachusetts is a major transportation hub. ... Aquarium/Financial District Station of the MBTA, is a station on the Blue Line. ... South Station front entrance. ...

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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (official site (http://www.mbta.com/))
Red Line Alewife - Ashmont / Braintree ---- Ashmont-Mattapan High Speed Line: Ashmont - Mattapan
Green Line Lechmere - Boston College ("B") / Cleveland Circle ("C") / Riverside ("D") / Heath Street ("E") ---- Watertown ("A")
Orange Line Oak Grove - Forest Hills ---- Charlestown Elevated - Atlantic Avenue Elevated - Washington Street Elevated
Blue Line Wonderland - Bowdoin
Buses Silver Line: Dudley Square - Downtown Crossing; South Station - various points ---- List - Crosstown buses - Former streetcars - Trackless trolleys - Key routes - East Boston area - South Boston - Urban Ring
Commuter Rail Greenbush - Plymouth/Kingston - Middleborough/Lakeville - Fairmount - Attleboro/Stoughton - Franklin - Needham - Framingham/Worcester - Fitchburg - Lowell - Haverhill/Reading - Newburyport/Rockport
Miscellaneous Accessibility - Boat service - Charlie Card - Nomenclature
Predecessors Boston Elevated Railway - Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway - Middlesex and Boston Street Railway

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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4177 words)
The Harvard routes were replaced with trackless trolleys in 1958, and are the only surviving MBTA trackless trolley routes not counting the new phase 2 Silver Line and a short non-revenue connection from the terminus of the 71 to the Watertown Carhouse.
In the 1970s the MBTA received a boost from the BTPR areawide re-evaluation of the role of transit relative to highways.
Though the MBTA had agreed to extend the Green Line through the two cities, there had been no progress on the extension since the deal was made in 1990.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in Boston MA (183 words)
Besides operating Boston's four subway train lines, the MBTA operates 13 suburban Commuter Rail lines, five boat routes, and 170 bus routes serving 175 cities and towns in 3,244 square miles of eastern Massachusetts.
The MBTA operates Boston's city buses, and also 170 bus routes that connect the center of Boston with many suburban towns.
Most of the MBTA boat routes are for commuters, but visitors may find useful the boats running from Long Wharf (Boston Marriott Hotel) to the Charlestown Navy Yard (USS Constitution, "Old Ironsides"), to Logan Airport, and to the Boston Harbor Islands.
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