Nantucket Regional Transit Authority

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Nantucket Regional Transit Authority
NRTA shuttle logo.png
Parent Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation
Founded 1993
Headquarters 3 East Chestnut Street
Locale Nantucket, Massachusetts
Service type bus service, paratransit
Routes 9
Hubs greenhound
Fleet 21 buses
Fuel type Electric and diesel
Operator mass DOT
Manager paula leary

Nantucket Regional Transit Authority (NRTA) is the public transport authority on the island of Nantucket in Massachusetts, USA. It operates a network of shuttle buses. It is branded using blue and white colors, and also known as the NRTA Wave.


NRTA was created by Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 161B in 1993, but begun to operate in 1995. In the beginning NRTA had only four buses that operated on two routes. The service was seasonal.[1]


There are nine seasonal scheduled routes with 13 buses, managed and operated by Valley Transportation Services of Massachusetts.
Your Island Ride
This is a door-to-door reservation van services for seniors and people with disabilities, which has been provided by NATA since July 2001, and is operated by Bill’s Taxi Service.[1]


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