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MBTA bus routes in Saugus, Lynn, and Salem: Wikis

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The MBTA operates several local and express bus routes in the North Shore cities and towns of Massachusetts. All bus routes connect with rapid transit or commuter rail such as Malden Station (Orange Line), Haymarket (Orange Line/Green Line), Wonderland (Blue Line), Salem Commuter Rail Station, Lynn Commuter Rail Station. All North Shore bus routes are in the "400" series.

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424

Eastern Ave. & Essex St. - Haymarket Station or Wonderland (Please add more information)

426

Central Square, Lynn - Haymarket Station via Cliftondale (Please add more information)

428

Oaklandvale - Haymarket Station via Granada Highlands

429

The 429 travels from Northgate Shopping Center to the Lynn Commuter Rail Station. Popular points of interest on this route are:

  • Square One Mall
  • Revere Cinema Movie Theater
  • Saugus Plaza
  • Northgate Shopping Center

430

The 430 travels from Malden Station to Saugus Center. Popular points of interest on this route are:

  • Malden Center
  • Square One Mall, Saugus
  • Maplewood Square, Malden

431

Neptune Towers - Central Sq., Lynn via Summer St. (Please add more information)

434

Peabody - Haymarket EXPRESS via Goodwins Circle (Please add more information)

435

Liberty Tree Mall - Central Square, Lynn via Peabody Square & North Shore Mall Points of Interest:

  • Lake Shore Park, Peabody
  • Washington St., Peabody
  • Peabody Square
  • North Shore Shopping Center
  • Lahey Clinic

436

Liberty Tree Mall - Central Square, Lynn via Goodwins Circle & North Shore Mall (Please add more information) 168 main st peabody

441

Marblehead - Haymarket, via Paradise One of Marblehead's two bus routes, this route services Vinnin Square. Points of interest:

  • Salem St., Marblehead
  • Vinnin Sq., Swampscott (Paradise Rd.)
  • Central Square, Lynn
  • Wonderland

See 441W for weekend service terminating at Wonderland.

441W

Marblehead - Wonderland via Central

Weekend route of 441 ends at Wonderland. See 441.

442

Marblehead - Haymarket or Wonderland via Humphrey.

One of Marblehead's two bus routes. Services Humphrey St. in downtown Swampscott.

Points of interest:

  • Salem St., Marblehead
  • Humphrey St., Swampscott
  • Central Square, Lynn.
  • Wonderland

See 442W for weekend service .

442W

Marblehead - Wonderland

Follows 442 but terminates at Wonderland for weekend service.

448

Marblehead - Downtown Crossing via Logan

Diverts from the 441 to service Logan Airport, World Trade Center and South Station via the Ted Williams Tunnel.

Points of interest:

  • Logan Airport
  • World Trade Center
  • South Station

Weekday service only. Nights and weekends, see route 441.

449

Marblehead - Downtown Crossing via Logan

Diverts from the 442 to service Logan Airport, World Trade Center and South Station via the Ted Williams Tunnel.

Points of interest:

  • Logan Airport
  • World Trade Center
  • South Station

Weekday service only. Nights and weekends, see route 442.

450

Salem Depot - Haymarket Sta. or Wonderland

Services Highland Ave., Salem and Western Ave., Lynn. Points of interest are

  • Salem Hospital/North Shore Medical Center
  • Highland Ave. commercial strip
  • Western Ave., Lynn
  • West Lynn/G.E.
  • Bell Circle, Revere

This route terminates at Wonderland station on the weekends. See 450W

450W

Salem Depot - Wonderland

Weekend service of 450 terminates at Wonderland

451

Salem Depot - North Beverly or Ellis Square

Services Cummings Park and other Beverly locations not directly on the commuter rail.

Points of interest are

  • Bridge St.
  • Ellis Sq.
  • Cummings Park
  • Beverly High School

This route is combined with the 465. Saturday service terminates at Ellis Sq. in downtown Beverly. No Sunday service.

455

Salem Depot -- Haymarket or Wonderland via Central Sq., Lynn

This is a very busy route that serves downtowns in Salem and Lynn, and points south to Boston. Connects to the commuter rail at Salem and Lynn.

Points of interest are

  • Salem State College
  • Vinnin Sq., Salem/Swampscott
  • Central Square, Lynn.
  • City Hall Sq., Lynn
  • Lynn Common
  • West Lynn/G.E.
  • Bell Circle, Revere

Weekend trips terminate at Wonderland station.

455W

Salem Depot - Wonderland

Weekend service of 455. Terminates at Wonderland station.

456

Salem Depot - Central Square

This is a local route that serves downtown Salem, Salem Hospital, Highland Ave., and the Central Square area of Lynn.

Points of interest are

  • Salem Hospital
  • Highland Ave. commercial strip
  • Eastern Ave at Essex, Lynn.
  • Central Square, Lynn.

Commuter rail connections are at Salem and Lynn. Weekday service only.

459

Salem Depot - Downtown Crossing via Logan Airport & Central Square

This route diverts from the 455 to serve Logan Airport, South Boston & Downtown Crossing, via the Ted Williams Tunnel. See 455 for route details.

Points of interest:

  • Logan Airport
  • World Trade Center
  • South Station

Weekday service only. Nights and weekends, see route 455.

465

Salem Depot - Danvers Square via Peabody & Danvers

This route replaces the former 458 Danvers route and the old 718 private bus route and services both the Northshore Shopping Center complex and Liberty Tree Mall. It is combined with route 451.

Points of interest are

  • Boston St., Salem
  • Main St. @ Central St., Peabody
  • North Shore Shopping Center
  • Lahey Clinic
  • Liberty Tree Mall

Commuter rail connection at Salem. Weekday and Saturday service. No Sunday service (see route 435).

468

Salem Depot - Danvers Sq. via North St., Salem

Limited rush-hour service directly to/from Danvers that runs to/from Haymarket via route 450.

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