Alewife Windsor Village

Connecting Alewife Station to Windsor Village in Waltham (residents only)

Schedule

Alewife Windsor Village Schedule

Effective Date: 07-23-2018

This shuttle operates Monday-Friday only.
All times are approximate. Arrive 5+ minutes early.
For an accessible (lift-equipped) bus, contact us 24+ hours in advance.

BUS NUMBER001002003004005006007008009
3516 Stearns Hill RoadWindsor VillageManagement Office6:156:457:157:458:158:459:159:4510:15
ArriveAlewife Station6:307:007:308:008:309:009:3010:0010:30

Schedule

BUS NUMBER001002003004005006007008
DepartAlewife StationPickup Location4:305:155:456:156:357:007:308:00
3516 Stearns Hill RoadWindsor VillageManagement Office4:455:306:006:306:507:157:458:15

Tickets & Policies

Member Fare See management office
Non-Member Fare n/a

For a complete account of the shuttle rider policies relevant to Alewife Windsor Village, see our 2018 Windsor Village Shuttle Rider Policy.

 

Station Pickup Location

Alewife Station Pickup Location 128BC

Service Area Map

All of the stops currently served by Alewife Windsor Village are shown in red below.
All other stops served by 128BC are shown in green.
Click on any stop icon for address, member company, and route information.

Paratransit Service

Accessible Shuttles

Need to make an accessible trip? Contact us at least 24 hours in advance so that we can ensure that one of our accessible (lift-equipped) vehicles is available for your trip.

THE RIDE

Individuals with paratransit needs in the Metro-Boston area may be eligible to use THE RIDE, a door-to-door, shared-ride transportation service operated by the MBTA for those who cannot use fixed-route transit due to physical, mental, or cognitive disability. Please visit the MBTA Accessibility site for more details regarding the MBTA’s accessibility guides and services.

If you require paratransit services beyond the service region of  THE RIDE, please visit the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) site for more details regarding providers throughout the state.

128BC’s Nondiscrimination Policy

128 Business Council abides by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination based upon race, color or national origin.

To read more about our Title VI nondiscrimination policy or to file a complaint regarding an alleged violation of nondiscrimination obligations, click here. Any such complaint should be made in writing and filed with 128 Business Council’s Title VI Program Manager within 180 days of the date of the occurrence.

You are also welcome to contact us directly if you have questions about our policies or would like to discuss an occurrence. Please ask for our Title VI Program Manager.