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The Town of Brookline is also served by four MBTA bus routes: 51, 60, 65, and 66. The popular 66 bus travels through Brookline Village and Coolidge Corner on its way from Dudley Station in Boston to Harvard Square in Cambridge.
The MBTA also offers a special door-to-door service for those unable to ride conventional transit services. Reservations for "The Ride" can be made by calling the MBTA at (617)722-5123, must be made one day in advance and the cost is typically $1.25 per ride.
For more information on the MBTA schedules check out the MBTA web site, www.MBTA.com
The taxicab companies licensed in the Town of Brookline are:
The Town of Brookline is ramping up to have Hubway bike share stations within the Town by Spring 2012. In the meantime, many Hubway bikes are being used in Brookline, from nearby stations in Boston. See www.thehubway.com for the latest information on bike stations.
Via Car Sharing:
Zipcar is a private service for those who only need a car occasionally. There are dozens of Zipcars in Brookline or near its borders, including on Town-owned parking lots. For locations or more information please go to Zipcar's website.
Via Special Services for Seniors:
The Brookline Elderbus runs every hour between 9 AM and 3 PM weekdays, stopping at numerous shopping, medical and recreational locations, including the Senior Center. There is a suggested donation of 50¢ to ride the handicapped-accessible Elderbus van. Take a look at the Elderbus routes and weekday schedule of service.