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MBTA Bus Routes May Change--Take the Cambridge Bus Questionnaire

The City of Cambridge wants to hear your thoughts about the MBTA’s proposal for a new bus network for Greater Boston. Our seven-minute survey is open for people who live, work, study, or visit Cambridge. We want to hear your thoughts about the MBTA’s proposal and know what buses you ride today.  Your feedback will help the City advocate for changes to the proposal.

In Cambridge, the MBTA’s proposal will:
Create 5 new frequent bus routes for a total of 10 frequent bus routes
Reduce or eliminate service in some areas
Increase frequency on nights and weekends

See the MBTA’s full proposal online at MBTA.com/BNRD (opens in new window).

The MBTA’s project has four more steps. First, through the end of July, the MBTA is hosting feedback events in person and online. Next, the MBTA will adjust the proposal based on feedback from riders. Then, they will share the final bus network in fall 2022. Finally, they will make the first set of changes in spring 2023. The MBTA will continue to make changes to bus routes between 2023 and 2028.

We will be collecting your feedback through the end of July 2022. We will also produce a summary of responses in August. You can take the questionnaire online at https://camb.ma/bus-survey (opens in new window).

For more information, contact Andy Reker by calling 617-349-6959 or sending an e-mail to areker@cambridgema.gov.  

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