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On the Watertown Seal is a picture of an English Colonist and an Indian exchanging, as peace tokens,  bread for fish.  Captain Roger Clap landed at Nantasket Point in 1630 and rode up Charles River to Gerry's Landing with the first party of Watertown Colonists.
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Transportation
Watertown COA / Senior Center Shopping Bus

The Watertown Senior Shuttle travels a fixed route throughout Watertown to take seniors grocery shopping, and we continually adjust the route to accommodate new riders, and request a $0.25 donation each way.
The bus goes to the Stop & Shop on Watertown St. on Tuesdays, the Super Stop and Shop on Pleasant St. on Fridays. Call the Senior Center at 617-972-6490 for more information.


MBTA Reduced Fare Senior Pass
The MBTA issues a pass that entitles seniors (over 65) to a reduced fare on subways, buses, and commuter rails. The pass must be purchased in person at the MBTA Senior and Access Pass Office in Boston

Call 617-222-5976, 617-222-5854 (TTY), or 1-800-543-8287 for more information.

The MBTA RIDE
The RIDE provides door-to door transportation to eligible people who cannot use general public transportation because of a physical, cognitive or mental disability.  Lift equipped vans are used to serve persons with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs and scooters. The RIDE operates 365 days a year from 6AM to 1AM in sixty-two cities and towns.  In order to use the RIDE you must complete and submit an application.  Contact the MBTA Office for Transportation Access to download an application or call 617-222-5123. 

Supplemental Transportation for Watertown Seniors 
This program is designed to provide readily accessible transportation assistance for seniors in need of last minute or emergency transportation to locations within the community, and is funded through a grant from the Marshall Home Fund. Transportation by cab is arranged by calling the Council on Aging/Senior Center at 617-972-6490.