You can find on this page the Boston metro map to print and to download in PDF. The Boston metro map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the metro of Boston in USA.
Boston metro does keep to an exact fixed schedule and Boston metro has no mechanism in place to inform customers of current locations or times (see map).

Metro map Boston

Map of Boston metro

The Boston metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Boston metro. This metro map of Boston will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Boston in USA. The Boston metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Boston metro system dates back to 1897, making it the oldest metro in US. First metro trip is generally between about 5am- 6am (see Metro map Boston), and last trip is about 12:20pm and 12:50 - so best to depart by 12:15pm-12:30pm if you do not need to change metro lines, and even earlier if you do.

You can easily reach most tourist attractions by Boston metro as its shown in Metro map Boston. Boston metro is relatively cheap and fast. The price of your metro ticket in Boston includes one free transfer to any local bus, Silver Line, or other Boston metro within two hours of your original rides.

To ride the Boston metro, you need to purchase a CharlieCard or CharlieTicket (see Metro map Boston). The metro ticket can be purchased at most Boston metro stations at vending machines and at select convenience stores. The basic fare is $2.90 with a CharlieTicket or $2.40 if you have a Charlie Card.

Boston subway map

Map of Boston subway

The Boston subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Boston subway. This subway map of Boston will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Boston en USA. The Boston subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Boston has the oldest subway system in North America, with the first underground streetcar traffic dating back to 1897 ( see Boston subway map). Boston subway network is owned and operated by the MBTA. Bostonians call their transit network "the T" and its subway is the fourth busiest in the country.

There are four subway lines in the metropolitan Boston area as its shown in Boston subway map: the Red Line,Green Line,Orange Line and Blue Line. The colors of each Boston subway line have a meaning: the Blue subway Line runs under Boston Harbor; the Red Line used to terminate at Harvard University.

The Orange subway Line of Boston as you can see in Boston subway map used to run along Washington Street, which was once called Orange Street; and The Green Line runs along parts of the Emerald Necklace into the leafy suburbs of Brookline and Newton. The Green Line has actually four different lines.