Transportation Services and Lexpress
Monday through Friday 8:30am to 12:30pm
Tuesday/Thursday 1:00pm to 4:30pm
1625 Massachusetts Ave., G-25 (ground floor)
Lexington, MA 02420
General Information Line: 781-861-1210
Description of Services: Lexington offers a variety of transportation options to get you around Town, neighboring communities, and greater Boston.
LEXPRESS - LEXPRESS has been serving Lexington since 1979 and is one of the oldest suburban transit systems in Eastern MA. Providing a fixed route minibus service, Lexington neighborhoods are united with Town services and shopping centers.
Funded by the Town of Lexington, the MBTA, and donations from local businesses.
Seniors/Special Needs - LEXPRESS buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts and are ADA compliant. Other public and private services are also available.
Lex-Connect - a new door-to-door reduced fare taxi ride program for residents who are 60+ years of age or have a disability.
MBTA - MBTA Routes #62 and #76 servicing Alewife Station connect with LEXPRESS, primarily in Lexington Center.
Burlington B-Line - Burlington B-Line connects with LEXPRESS at the Burlington Mall and Middlesex Commons.
Minuteman Bike Path - Bicyclists have access to neighboring towns via the Minuteman Commuter Bike Path, a regional rails-to-trails system.
128 Business Council - Lexington businesses can explore travel options for their employees through the 128 Business Council.
Lowell Regional Transit (LRTA) - LRTA connects with LEXPRESS at the Burlington Mall.
Logan Airport - Public transit connections to Logan Airport are from Alewife Station via the MBTA or from the Anderson Transportation Center in Woburn via Logan Express.
Mass Rides - Commuters can learn about ride sharing programs and financial incentives that promote public transit through Mass Rides, a free, State service. Massachusetts Public Transit maintains a comprehensive listing of all State transit systems.
Massachusetts Transit Links - Residents can learn about a broad range of transportation options in Massachusetts.
Parking Permits - Lexington Police Department now operates the Parking Permit program to accommodate employees working in Lexington Center.
Parking in Lexington Center - The Center has lots of parking and connections to other transportation modes.