Adobe Intern Community Guide - Boston

TRANSPORTATION The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority provides transportation options for the greater Boston area including surrounding suburbs. This includes a bus and metro system. Complete information can be found by clicking the link above, including fares, schedules, parking, and information about the CharlieCard. Trains Boston’s train system includes both Subways and commuter rail lines and is one of the busiest in the United States, providing on average 1.1 million trips a week to commuters. It offers an affordable, safe, and efficient way to travel around the city and surrounding suburbs. The MBTA system has five subway lines and 13 commuter rail lines. Buses Buses are an easy transportation option providing fast and economical service to employment centers, hospitals, shopping centers and many other attractions. MBTA buses are one of the largest and busiest in the country with approximately 177 bus routes operating at any given time. Bus operators do not carry cash so be sure to have your pass or exact change when you board. Various money saving passes and discounts are available. Paratransit accessibility can be found at: Commuter Alternatives The Commuter Alternatives Program helps you find inexpensive, stress-free and environmentally friendly ways to get to work. Some examples are listed below and may vary by your office location. - Up to $150 per month Commuter Checks for vanpools and transit systems. (Interns will be provided with a Commuter Check MasterCard with a Transit Value of $ 4 50 to be used during their internship.) - Secure bicycle parking - Emergency Ride Home Program - Shuttle van between Adobe campus and public transportation - Special rates for Zip Car membership - Adobe Yearly transit pass provided at no cost - After you start your Adobe internship, you will also have access to the Adobe Fond program, which gives U.S. Adobe employees exclusive preferred pricing on over 850 products, services and experiences, including rental cars.

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Boston Community Guide

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