Ribbon Cutting to Celebrate New Bus Service

The weekday shuttle began running Monday.

Courtesy of the WRTA.
Courtesy of the WRTA.
Westborough's new weekday bus service will get a round of applause one week after it began.

Worcester Regional Transit Authority and town officials announced Thursday they'll hold a ribbon cutting for the new shuttle from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. Monday at the Westborough MBTA commuter rail station, at Smith Parkway at Fisher Street.

The shuttle serves the Westborough MBTA commuter rail station; the Computer Drive and Research Drive office parks; the Westborough Senior Center; the Bay State Commons shopping center; the Westborough Public Library; the Westborough town offices; and Westborough High School, according to the schedule, which the Central Mass. Regional Planning Commission provided to Westborough Patch.

Fares are cash only and as follows: $1.50 for ages 14 and older; 75 cents for the elderly and the disabled, as well as children ages five to 13 accompanied by an adult; and free for children under age five, with an adult.


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