Living Green in Needham
For your own health and the health of the planet: Walk, bike, take public transportation to get around!
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transportation is a key aspect of “living green.” Click on the links below to get the information you need about all the transportation options in Needham.
- What is the Commuter Rail schedule? How much are tickets? How do you pay for parking? When does the bus run? Where does it go? Where can you park for the Green Line?
- Is there an organization in Needham that promotes bike riding?
- Where can I hike in Needham?
Explore the Living Green in Needham links below for answers to these questions and more!
How to Use the Needham Line Commuter Rail. Going to Downtown Boston, Back Bay, MFA, Logan Airport? Relax and Enjoy the View! ...
Riverside (D) Green Line
Where can I go? Red Sox games, Symphony Hall, downtown, medical centers. Transfer to other subway lines to get to countless other destinations ...
Where can I go? Newton Highlands T Station (Green Line D – Riverside), Newton Free Library and Newtonville, Watertown Square, and an easy connection to Harvard Square via the 71 Bus ...
Where do I get a Charlie Ticket or a Charlie Card?
Needham is a walkable town, with plenty of sidewalks and forest paths to entice us. It has been estimated 65% of Needham residents are within 1 mile walking distance of popular destinations in the town. And there are many beautiful places to hike nearby...
Needham is fortunate to have an active bicycling community working to enhance opportunities for both cyclists and walkers ...
Have questions about the Charlie Card (used for Bus or Green Line)?
If you have questions, comments, additions, or would like to get involved in the “Living Green in Needham” project, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.