The town of Scituate is easily accessible by car coming from the North or South traveling on route 3A. From the West, Route 123 brings you through Norwell to Scituate.

Scituate is also connected to the MBTA. The town has two stations, North Scituate and Greenbush, which is the final destination of the Greenbush line. Click for online schedule or download a PDF

The town of Scituate offers a public transportation bus, the SLOOP (Scituate Loop), which operates daily (except certain holidays*). The Sloop travels a loop between the Library Community Center and Lincoln Park. Stops include Greenbush MBTA, North Scituate Plaza and Wheeler Park. Regular fares are $1.50 and $0.75 for students and seniors, children (6 and under with adult) are free. Click for schedule

Gatra On Demand Seacoast

This transit service within Scituate functions more like Uber or Lyft While in Scituate, you make an appointment to get picked up and taken to your destination in the service area. You can download the app GATRA GO on your mobile device or call 800-698-7676 to arrange for your ride.

Gatra On Demand

* Service not provided on New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas

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