Announcements & Alerts


  1. Transit Center Renovations Project - July 2021-February 2022

    Construction to begin on the Transit Center Renovation Project

    The Nashua Transit Center located at 30 Elm Street in Nashua, NH will be undergoing significant renovations throughout Summer 2021- Winter 2022. Construction is set to begin on Monday, July 26, 2021. Read on...
  2. We&#39re Hiring a Transit Utility Service Worker

    We're Hiring a Transit Utility Service Worker to Join Our Team!

    We're looking for an individual to join our team as a Transit Utility Service Worker. Read on...
  3. NTS announces DBE goal for FY22-24

    NTS announces Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program participation goal for 2022-2024

    Nashua Transit System receives Federal financial assistance for the operation of its public transit system from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and has established its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation Goal for FY 2022-2024. Read on...
  4. Travel Training

    NTS Holds Virtual Travel Training with Birch Hill First Graders!

    Today, we held our first ever virtual travel training with Mrs. MacDonald's first grade class at Birch Hill Elementary School! We had so much fun showing them around our electric hybrid bus and teaching them how to ride. Read on...
  5. Hampton Beach Bus

    Hampton Beach Bus - 2021 Dates Announced!

    Our popular bus service to Hampton Beach is back! Tickets will be on sale starting July 6th at the Transit Center! Read on...
  6. On-Demand Night Service

    Nashua Transit Now Offers an On-Demand Ride-Share Service at Night!

    NTS now operates an on-demand ride-share service at night! This is an origin to destination service operating Monday-Friday, 7-10 PM, providing transportation to locations within the City of Nashua. Read on...
  7. Passenger using Mobile Transit App on the Bus

    Federal Grant Funds Awarded to NTS for New Technology

    Nashua Transit System is excited to announce that we have been awarded funds from the 2020 Federal Transit Administration’s 5339 Grant Program. Read on...
  8. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

    Learn how your business can benefit from the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program

    Are you a female or minority owned small business? You may be eligible for DBE certification! Read on...
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