Review of Quincy, Massachusetts


Transportation
Star Rating - 11/17/2005
No need to own a car when you live in Quincy.
Public transportation is always close at hand.
Remember "Charlie on the MTA?"
We do have certain train stops where you also have to pay when you disembark.
Busses available at Quincy Center (90 cents).
The Red Line subway also makes Quincy Center one of it's stops ($2.50 buys two tokens) for trips to downtown Boston with changes to Logan Airport, New England Aquarium and area beaches.
Sue | Quincy, MA
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