A new electric van has been added to the Pleasant Street Shuttle in Watertown, and increases the frequency of the trips from the Westside to Harvard Square, via Watertown Square.
The new vehicle debuted on Feb. 13, and runs on weekdays every half hour from the west end of Pleasant Street from 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the morning, and from Harvard Square from 4:27 p.m. to 6:57 p.m. in the afternoon and evenings.
The Watertown Connector Pleasant Street shuttle costs $1 for the public to ride each way, and is free to residents of Watertown Mews, Aver, and Watermills, and people working at Riverworks.
The Watertown Connector uses the Tripshot app to provide riders with schedules, real-time tracking, and free boarding passes to participating corporate and residential partners.
More information and the revised schedule service can be found on the Watertown Connector Shuttle – Pleasant Street website.