TransitApp is the official app for tracking MBTA rides and trip planning. It will even show you where you can pick up a nearby bike.
What transportation options are available for someone who is elderly, disabled, or a veteran and needs to go from A to B? Go to http://www.MassRideMatch.org and enter your departure and arrival points, and the website will list the resources available and links for more info.
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Information on the Minuteman Commuter Bikeway , current conditions, connections with public transportation, and connected bike trails
First, call your town's Senior Center or Council on Aging (COA) and ask them about the resources they offer Seniors.
Some towns offer:
Volunteer rides for Seniors. Rides offered might be restricted by purpose (e.g. medical appointments) and might have an income qualification requirement.
Mass Ride Match is an online service that provides links and phone numbers to a wide variety of transportation options and services available in Massachusetts to help seniors, persons with disabilities, and veterans locate accessible transportation services.
Check out http://www.TRIPPSMass.org This grant-funded program focuses on Newton & Brookline, MA, but they have collected resources and advice that are valuable across the state.
This page has good advice on how to give feedback to the MBTA, whether it is positive or negative http://transitmatters.org/take-action/ It also has good advice on how to get involved to shape MA transit and transportation policy.