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Bus Network Redesign Proposal

Updated on June 13, 2022

a rider boards a Route 22 bus at Walnut Avenue stop along Columbus Avenue bus lane

The Bus Network Redesign creates more all-day service, more service in busy neighborhoods, and new connections to more places. The plan puts equity first, prioritizing the needs of those who depend on frequent, reliable bus service.

Looking for maps, event information, or to provide input on the proposed changes? Jump to the section below: 

Compare Trip Details

Use our trip planning tool to see how your current bus trip would change under the proposed Bus Network Redesign.

Explore Changes in Your Neighborhood

See how the proposed bus network would change bus routes in your neighborhood. Materials are available for download in multiple languages.

Join Us at One of Our Events!

A group of community members discusses their ideas for better bus service at a Better Bus Project public meeting.

Meet with us virtually or in person to learn more about the proposed Bus Network Redesign.

View list of events

Explore the Proposed Bus Network

If you prefer viewing regional maps or being more interactive with the materials, we have options for you to explore the proposed changes.

Discover trip details with our interactive map

Our interactive Remix map allows you to zoom in and out, pan around, and click on specific routes to get detailed information at the street level. 

Compare current and proposed trips

If you're interested in a direct comparison between your current trip and the proposed redesigned bus network, use our trip planning tool to compare your trip details. 

View regional map

This static map shows the proposed redesigned bus network at a regional level. You can zoom in and out of areas you're interested in using the plus/minus buttons at the top of the map.

View high-frequency map

This additional static map shows the proposed high-frequency corridors.

Share Your Feedback on the Proposed Bus Network Redesign

We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the proposed changes using our online survey.

Take the online survey in your language

Attend an event

We're hosting public events in May, June, and July to share the proposed bus network map with you, answer your questions about it, and listen to your feedback.

Other ways to provide input

Mail written comments to the following address:

MBTA
ATTN: Victoria Ireton
10 Park Plaza - Suite 3830
Boston, MA 02116

You can also leave a voicemail at 617-222-3011.

Compare Trip Details

Use our trip planning tool to see how your current bus trip would change under the proposed Bus Network Redesign.

Join Us at One of Our Events!

A group of community members discusses their ideas for better bus service at a Better Bus Project public meeting.

Meet with us virtually or in person to learn more about the proposed Bus Network Redesign.

View list of events