South Shore tickets purchased for September valid through October

All monthly South Shore Line tickets purchased for the month of September will remain valid through October.

The decision was made to show continued understanding of the ongoing impacts from COVID-19.

Passengers purchasing a paper September monthly ticket should plan to keep that ticket and use it through October.

Passengers purchasing a digital September monthly ticket via the mobile app will see an October ticket uploaded to their account prior to October 1, 2020.

For passengers who receive tickets through an employer benefit program such as Wage Works and Commuter Benefit Solutions, these passengers should not order their October tickets if they receive a September monthly ticket.

For more information or assistance, contact SSL through the online contact form at

Riders are required to wear masks at stations and onboard train cars, practice social distancing when possible and take advantage of sanitation stations in each car.

Each train does offer a “mask optional” car, which is the second car of every train.

In addition, doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics, firefighters, other medical personnel and law enforcement are invited to ride for free on all trains through October.

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