Transportation

Not driving your own car to Wellesley? Not to worry.

There are numerous public and private means to get to campus. The Wellesley Square Commuter Rail stop (on the Framingham/Worcester line) is located in the Vil; the Woodland stop (on the Green line of the MBTA subway system) is a few miles away, and the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (Route 8) stops right on campus.

Visitor Options for Transportation

MBTA Official Site (including the Framingham/Worcester Commuter Rail schedules, T schedules, and a trip planner!)
MBTA Boston Subway Map
Metrowest Regional Transit Authority
Amtrak Schedules
Greyhound Buses
Logan Express Buses
Peter Pan Buses
Mega Bus
Bolt Bus- to Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and D.C. only
Zipcar at Wellesley College

Area Taxis

JFK Taxi 508.653.4500
Metro Cab 617.782.5500 (accessible/wheelchair ready taxis available)
Natick Cab Company  508.653.2300
Newton Yellow Cab  617.332.7700
Red Cab 617.734.5000
Sun Taxi 800.SUN.TAXI
The AirPorter (by reservation only) 781.899.6161 or toll-free 877.899.6161
Veterans Taxi 781.235.1600
Wellesley Transportation 781.235.2200

Student Options (Wellesley ID Required)

Wellesley students have more regular and reliable access to resources and entertainment in the Greater Boston area than any other suburban campus. That's thanks to the College's own transportation and Boston's public transit system.  In addition to the above resources, Wellesley students can use the following.

The MIT Exchange and Senate buses run hourly on weekdays and even more frequently on weekends to locations in Cambridge and downtown Boston. The Wellesley-Olin-Babson shuttle and Natick Movie-Mall shuttle, which take you to other schools and attractions in the area, also pick up a minute's walk from the residence halls. For more info and real-time updates, check the Transportation Web page, or call the Transportation hotline at 781.283.2318.

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Where's That Bus?

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