Ride for Free
Starting Nov. 25, the Vineyard Transit Authority, through a statewide initiative, will be offering fare free service for the rest of the year.
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VTA Rolls Out Fare-Free Season

Riding the bus on Martha’s Vineyard will be free of charge from Nov. 25 through Dec. 31, according to an announcement Friday from the Vineyard Transportation Authority.

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VTA Loses Drivers, Trims Schedules
Fall cutbacks have come early for the Vineyard Transit Authority, which on Monday announced immediate schedule reductions on nine of its 14 routes due to a driver shortage.
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Driver Shortage Puts Stress on VTA Summer Schedule
Most seasons the Vineyard Transit Authority has seven buses driving route 13.
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Church Street Station Goes Electric With Wireless Chargers
The $2 million project, which broke ground in January and wrapped up in the middle of June, is part of a broader goal to fully electrify the VTA bus fleet by 2028,
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VTA Passes Go Electronic
Bus passes, including annual passes, are now available online for touchless scanning via smartphone. Physical passes also remain available.
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Water Taxi Approved, VTA Charger Project Moves Forward
Edgartown selectmen advanced transportation projects both by land and by sea on Monday, including a new down-Island water taxi service.
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VTA Charges Ahead with Solar Canopies, Energy Storage
A $4.5 million solar energy project at the Vineyard Transit Authority officially went online Friday, with a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the latest milestone.
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VTA Faces Declining Ridership, Revenues
Ridership has declined sharply on Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) buses this year, as the pandemic’s impact on public transit authorities nationwide trickles down to the Island.
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VTA Launches Micro Transit
Starting Monday, the Vineyard Transit Authority is piloting a new microtransit service for up-Island passengers, available seven days a week.
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