Parking Permit Policy

The Town of Acton has implemented a Parking Permit Policy

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Connecting commuters from satellite parking at the West Acton Fire Station

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The MinuteVan Dial-A-Ride
The service runs from 8:00am-11:00am & 1:15pm-6:15pm Monday through Friday.

Call 978-844-6809 or book your trip. The earlier you book your trip, the more likely you will be able to set your requested time. Trips must be booked at least 24 hours in advance
The MinuteVan Rail Shuttle

This commuter shuttle runs from the West Acton Fire Station located at 258 Central Street, Acton and the Mt. Calvary Church lot located at 472 Massachusetts Ave (the lot entrance is on Prospect St.) to the MBTA Commuter Rail Station in South Acton.

The service runs between 6:45 and 9:25 AM and then again between 5:10 and 7:30 PM.
Participants can sign up for:

  • Bus pass/parking sticker combo. Entitles you to a guaranteed space in the West Acton Fire Station at parking lot at 258 Central St. or the Mt. Calvary Church parking lot located at 472 Massachusetts Ave (lot entrance is on Prospect St.) and transportation on the shuttle. Cost is $250
  • A bus pass only for $200 per year that does not include a parking space.
  • 10-ride ticket booklets be purchased by mail order or directly from the driver. Cost is $10 per booklet. Each ticket is good for a one-way trip on the shuttle and does not include parking.
  • Day Passes may be purchased from the driver at a cost of $3 per day.
  • Monthly passes may be purchased from the driver. Cost is $40 per month and includes parking and shuttle trip.
  • Single trips from the parking lot to the train station on the shuttle can be paid with a $1 fare on the shuttle. This does not include parking.
 

The MinuteVan Dial-A-Ride, Rail Shuttle, and Road Runner services do not run on the following holidays:

* Patriot's Day    * New Year's Day    * President's Day    * Memorial Day    * July 4'th    * Labor Day   
* Columbus Day    * Thanksgiving Day (and the day after)    * Christmas Day