Southern Maine's transit network is back to its full schedule to get you where
you want to go quickly, safely and affordably...with a smaller carbon footprint.
We've worked together to help thousands travel safely every day through the worst of the pandemic. With widespread vaccinations and continued mask-wearing measures, we’re now welcoming all riders, new and old, to try public transit instead of a car for your next trip around Greater Portland, out to the islands, or south to Boston.
Please wear your mask on board, regardless of vaccination status. Thank you for helping keep riders and staff safe!
(In Google Maps, click on the transit symbol to find your route.)
WHO WE ARE
We're the transit providers that help southern Mainers — workers, students, seniors, and others — get where you need to go. We provide more than 4 million trips each year in the Greater Portland region, to the Casco Bay Islands, and beyond.
During the pandemic, we’ve put in place proven COVID safety protocols and made an extra effort to keep you as safe as possible. Now, we're still requiring masks, but we're allowing full capacity to keep you moving as quickly, affordably, and sustainably as before.
By providing an alternative to automobiles, we also help reduce road congestion and air pollution—including the emission of greenhouse gases that cause climate change.