NSCC-Uber Ride offers students safe and reliable reduced-fare rides. Currently registered
NSCC students can ride to and from the Danvers Campus or Middleton location from the North Shore Mall or Beverly Depot with a $10 discount on rides. Students can also ride between the Danvers Campus and
Sign up for NSCC-Uber Ride >
Wheelchair Accessible Transportation
For students needing accessible transportation get to class, NSCC has contracted with
Beauport Ambulance Service to provide rides from the same pick-up/drop-off locations
and for the same cost as an NSCC-Uber Ride. Students must provide a current student
ID and their myNorthshore email address to BAS service provider upon pick-up.
More Accessibility Resources
Need a ride now? Call Beauport Ambulance Service at 800-563-7798
MBTA Youth Pass
Many NSCC students are eligible for an MBTA Youth Pass. Passes can be used at MBTA Fare Vending Machines or Retail Sales Terminals to purchase
a reduced price LinkPass for $30 a month, or at a reduced pay as you go rate. You
must be a North Shore Resident ages 12-25, who is not attending middle or high school.
For those 19-25 you must also be enrolled in one of MBTA's accepted GED or job training
program, or state or federal benefit program. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSCC Youth Pass Intake Form
MBTA trip planner
**Youth Pass cardholders are now eligible for half-price Commuter Rail Zone 1A fares. This means that Youth Pass cardholders can use the newly installed Fairmount Line validators, as well as purchase half-price tickets onboard or at ticket windows.
Below are the two specific ways that Youth Pass cardholders can access CR Zone 1A travel:
- For travel on the Fairmount Line inside Zone 1A (excluding Readville), Youth Pass cardholders can tap their CharlieCard (with either stored value or a monthly pass) at the newly installed validators.
- For travel inside Zone 1A on any line (including Fairmount Line), Youth Pass cardholders can purchase half-price Zone 1A tickets by showing their card onboard to a conductor or at ticket windows.
Youth Pass cardholders riding inside Zone 1A on all lines can take option #2. Youth Pass cardholders riding the Fairmount Line can take either option #1 or option #2.