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MBTA Commuter Rail

MBTA train
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MBTA Commuter Rail – The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) offers year-round commuter rail service from Boston (South Station) to the Town of Plymouth (Cordage Park) and Kingston (near the Kingston Collection Mall). Plymouth County towns of Brockton, Bridgewater, Middleborough and Lakeville can be accessed using the Middleborough/Lakeville Line. Plymouth County towns of Hingham, Cohasset and N. Scituate can be accessed using the Greenbush Line. Plymouth County towns of Abington, Whitman, Hanson, Halifax and Kingston can be accessed using the Kingston/Plymouth Line.

A rail map and schedule can be found on the MBTA website.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, more commonly known as the T, is one of the oldest public transit systems in the United States. It’s also the largest transit system in Massachusetts.

As a division of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), the MBTA provides subway, bus, Commuter Rail, ferry, and paratransit service to eastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island.