Lexington offers a variety of transportation options to get you around town and to neighboring communities and greater Boston.
Lexpress - A fixed-route, neighborhood minibus service operated by the Town of Lexington.
Lex-Connect - A door-to-door reduced fare taxi ride program for Lexington seniors 60+ years of age or residents who have a disability.
Transportation for Seniors/People with Disabilities
MBTA - MBTA bus #62 operates between the Bedford VA Hospital and Alewife Station with stops in Lexington Center and Arlington Heights. The #76 bus operates between Hanscom/Lincoln Labs and Alewife Station with stops in Lexington Center.
128 Business Council - Provides express shuttle service between Alewife Station and the Hayden Avenue and Hartwell Avenue business districts. The REV shuttle includes a stop in Lexington Center for any Lexington commuter in need of express service to/from Alewife Station.
Burlington B-Line - The Burlington B-Line bus system connects with Lexpress at the Burlington Mall and Middlesex Commons.
Lowell Regional Transit - LRTA connects with Lexpress at the Burlington Mall.
Mass Rides - Commuters can learn about ride sharing programs and financial incentives that promote public transit through Mass Rides, a free, State service.
Massachusetts Transit Links - Learn about a broad range of transportation options in Massachusetts.
Minuteman Bike Path - A regional rails-to-trails system that connects the towns of Bedford, Lexington, Arlington and Cambridge.
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.