Get bus advertising in Boston, MA into your marketing plan. Advertising on Boston MBTA buses and bus stops is a tremendous way to expose an advertisement to millions of people on a daily basis.
Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and is also the largest city in that state. Boston is also the largest city in New England. Boston city proper had a population of over 4.5 million people as of the last census. Boston and its surrounding areas constitute a commuting region that includes multiple Massachusetts counties. Any visitor has seen the city recently has seen Boston double decker bus advertising on the sides of hop on/hop off sightseeing tour buses.
Learn about Boston MBTA bus ad options today.
Experience Kissimmee is encouraging Boston residents to visit Kissimmee, FL. The ads are part of a broader campaign that includes subway ads.
The Dept of Veterans Affairs is promoting helpful program to veterans on the T buses in Boston. The ads are on the streets everyday and seen by thousands of individuals. Through this nationwide advertising program, the VA is hoping to reach as many veterans and their loves as possible.
Boston MBTA Bus Advertising Data:
• No. of Buses in Fleet: 1,000 (approx.)
• Monthly Ridership: 9,000,000 (approx.)
• White: 47%
• Black: 22.4%
• American Indian: 0.2%
• Hispanic: 17.5%
• Asian: 8.9%
• Other: 4%
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• Bus Exterior Ads: Range of $550 - $7,400 per display per 4 week period
• Bus Stop / Bus Shelter Ads: Range of $1,200 - $3,000 per display per 4 week period (and less in suburban areas).
• Bus Interior Ads: Range of $35 - $80 per display per 4 week period
Range of rates depends on the ad size, timing and quantity purchased. Certain minimum purchase requirements apply. Additional discounts may be available based on duration and quantity purchased.
Map of Boston Bus Routes:
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