September/October 2019
Transportation and Commuter Solutions for the North Shore
North Shore Wave Shuttle has been operating for over 3 months-ridership continues to grow
The NS Wave Shuttle ridership has increased each month since we began operating on May 20th. We have an average of 17 riders during the 3 morning runs and 6 riders for the 3 evening runs. We expect to see these numbers increase as we head into the colder months.

Currently riding the shuttle? Please feel free to provide us your feedback!

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The NS Wave Shuttle is our FREE and Open to the Public shuttle service connecting commuters from 100 & 500 Cummings Center, 108 Cherry Hill Drive, and 1 Trask Lane to the Beverly Depot train station.

Our previous edition erroneously omitted one of our most generous partners: The Cummings Center . Our additional generous partners include: American Renal Associates, Axcelis, Cell Signaling Technology, City of Beverly, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Executive Office of Budget and Finance), and the Town of Danvers.

Additional Partners sought
Wish the shuttle stopped outside your building? We are looking for additional partners along the route, contact us to learn more!

Advertising space available
Would you like to advertise your business on the shuttle? We have ad space inside the shuttle and on the outside rear panel available!

Announcing our partnership with
Ride Amigos
Better Bus Project changes that affect the North Shore effective September 1st
A summary of the North Shore routes affected are below. Routes 448 and 449 are being eliminated and replaced with more frequent service on Routes 441 and 442 between Marblehead and Wonderland blue line, see details here . Route 459 is being eliminated and replaced by additional service on the 455 between Wonderland station and Salem, learn more here.
City of Salem introduces a new mobility option for residents and visitors
Electric Scooter Pilot Program -the City of Salem introduced dockless e-scooters called 'Spin ' over the summer as a pilot program which will run through May 2020. E-Scooters can be picked up throughout the City (see the map). The cost is just $1.00 a ride plus $0.15/minute. Riders are encouraged to wear helmets which can be bought/picked up around various locations in Salem. Download the app and remember to wear a helmet, stay off the sidewalks and follow the same rules of the road as a bicyclist. These scooters provide another mobility option for getting around Salem in addition to the popular Zagster bike share which expanded to 80 bikes and 16 stations this past year.
Click Through News
New Report finds residents in Gateway Cities (such as Lynn) are priced out of the Commuter rail

Latest on the Tobin Bridge/Chelsea Curves Projec t
Congrats to our Quarterly Raffle Winner!
Congrats to our quarterly Green to Work $250 Raffle Winner-Edward Haskins, Eastern Bank! Ed (pictured on the left with his husband), won a $250 Amazon gift card.

Want your chance to win $250? Then sign up for the Green to Work program. Already registered? Look out for the short survey to confirm your quarterly commute and you'll be entered into our next raffle drawing in October.