One of the best ways to get to know Boston, and of course, to get around, is to ride ye olde T.
The MBTA, or the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, controls the many forms of public Transport in the Boston area. There are trains, busses, and even boats, but the most reliable form of transport in Boston is also probably its most famed: the T, or, the Blue, Orange, Red, Silver, and Green lines.
For this instructable you will need:
Money to ride the T, $2.00 or under, depending on your method of payment, one way.
Riding the train is an item on the Neighbors Project Neighbors Checklist