Nashua Transit System (NTS) has been giving rides to the public since the Nashua Horse Drawn Railroad was started in 1886 (fares were a nickel then).
- Nashua started running an electric trolley in 1895.
- Busses replaced the trolley in 1931.
- We started offering paratransit service in 1979.
- In 1999, we opened the Transit Center on Elm Street.
- In 2004, Metro Magazine named NTS as “one of the 10 Most Improved Transit Systems” in the USA.
- In 2010, we rolled out a brand new website, featuring Google Transit (a first in New Hampshire).
- In 2010, Milo the Meerkat joined the Nashua Transit System Team as the official mascot and Spokeskat.
Today, Nashua Transit System buses and vans travel 1,870 miles a day on routes that cover the city. Last year, our ridership was 445,087 passengers.
- After 7 is our evening service, running on 3 routes.
- Citybus is our daytime fixed route service, running on 7 different routes.
- City Lift is our paratransit and senior citizen service, running on the same routes as Citybus and also offering additional service areas.
Route Starting Point
All routes begin and end at the Transit Center, located on Elm Street behind City Hall.
And all NTS buses and trolleys are equipped with bike racks.
If you wish to file a complaint please utilize the Contact Us section of the website, or in-person with the Transit Center clerk, or call 603-880-0100 to speak with Operations or Road Supervisor.