GRAFTON, Mass. ‒ The Worcester Regional Transit Authority is considering a bus route through Grafton, providing service from South Grafton to the Grafton Commuter Rail station.
A public hearing on the route is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. at the Grafton Municipal Center, Town Administrator Timothy McInerney told the Board of Selectmen Tuesday.
The route will likely travel from Northbridge to South Grafton to Grafton Common, Stop & Shop, the Grafton Commuter Rail Station and the Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, McInerney said.
Transportation would be available on a regular schedule and by appointment, McInerney said. WRTA may be paid through Grafton's $112,000 assessment to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
Northbridge Selectmen discussed the possible bus service last month.