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Yes, you can bring a baby stroller on the bus. It must be folded up and stored in between or under seats; strollers are not allowed in the aisle. Reasonable accommodations will be made to parents with strollers. We recommend that your baby ride in your lap during the trip.
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Over 400 Bus stops are located throughout the city, every 2 or 3 blocks along the routes. Buses serviced on daytime routes are clearly marked with blue Citybus signs and stops serviced at night are clearly marked with yellow After 7 bus stop signs. All routes meet at the Transit Center located at 30 Elm Street behind City Hall.
Transfers are free within City of Nashua Limits. Please make sure to ask the driver for a transfer ticket when boarding if you need to transfer buses.This ticket is only valid on the next available bus.
There is a two bag limit on the bus. You must be able to store the bags in the area where you are sitting. Please do not bring any large objects on board that require multiple seats. The two bag limit is in place as a courtesy to other passengers and for safety reasons. Unsecured bags pose a safety concern to the driver and all passengers on board as loose bags and the objects within them may fall into the aisles and pose a trip and fall concern.
All Nashua Transit vehicles are 100% ADA accessible. For more information, see our Policies regarding ADA and Reasonable Modifications.
During the winter months, all of our drivers are trained to drop off and pick up passengers at locations that are safe for all parties involved. Many times that means that drivers will pick up and drop off at intersections (or driveways) that are close to the bus stop but provide an easier exit and entrance to the bus (most of our stops are near an intersection).
If you are waiting for the bus at an intersection close to the stop, our drivers have been trained to stop and pick you up. Please wave to the driver as the bus approaches to signal that you would like the bus.
When you request a stop in an area with large snow banks (or little to no shoulder) our drivers will stop the bus in an area that will allow you to exit the vehicle in a safe manor.
Our drivers are trained to be vigilant for riders waiting at stops, but there are a few things passengers can do at night to make sure you are seen. Feel free to wave to the driver or hold up your illuminated cell phone. By doing so you will attract the attention of driver and make it much easier for the driver to see you.