Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority (MVRTA)

Haverhill, MA 01835

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About Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority (MVRTA)

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85 Railroad Avenue
Haverhill, MA 01835
United States
http://www.mvrta.com/
978.469.6878

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MVRTA began service in Fiscal Year 1976 in the City of Haverhill and expanded over the next three years to include the City of Lawrence and the Towns of North Andover, Methuen, and Andover.

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The new look is much more than mere cosmetics and supports a dramatic campaign to improve service, including going fare free systemwide back in March, doubling frequencies in Lawrence beginning last month, optimizing routings and adding bus stops.
The new look is much more than mere cosmetics and supports a dramatic campaign to improve service, including going fare free systemwide back in March, doubling frequencies in Lawrence beginning last month, optimizing routings and adding bus stops.
The new look is much more than mere cosmetics and supports a dramatic campaign to improve service, including going fare free systemwide back in March, doubling frequencies in Lawrence beginning last month, optimizing routings and adding bus stops.
The new look is much more than mere cosmetics and supports a dramatic campaign to improve service, including going fare free systemwide back in March, doubling frequencies in Lawrence beginning last month, optimizing routings and adding bus stops.
The new look is much more than mere cosmetics and supports a dramatic campaign to improve service, including going fare free systemwide back in March, doubling frequencies in Lawrence beginning last month, optimizing routings and adding bus stops.
Management

MVRTA rebrands as MeVa Transit

Oct. 26, 2022
With the tag line “Let’s go/íVamos!” prominently displayed on the buses, the system is especially welcoming to its many Spanish-speaking riders.
Management

MVRTA goes fare free March 2022

Dec. 6, 2021
All local fixed route and EZ Trans paratransit services starting March 1, 2022, will be fare free for at least a two-year pilot.
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Management

New leadership at the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority

Aug. 25, 2021
Noah Berger, the new administrator for the authority, started on July 31, 2021.