Here’s what people are saying about using Aira FREE on the T:

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‘April (Aira agent) was a lifesaver, got me home safely today. Don’t know what I would do without this wonderful service!’


‘Thanks to Aira, I was able to get the help I needed to figure out when the next bus was coming. Thank you very much.’


‘I would have normally taken the ride, but Samantha (Aira agent) helped me navigate to my destination. She was excellent and thank you.’


‘Very professional and the agent was able to juggle multiple maps and transportation schedules to provide the information needed.’


“It was incredibly helpful finding out what was in the station. I had no idea that a Dunkin’ Donuts was located in the station! I found the description exceedingly helpful and will plan to be using it and all the MBTA stations I visit.”


“Yesterday I had a great afternoon in Harvard Square thanks to the Aira MBTA pilot program.”


“I had a wonderful Aira agent help me negotiate some construction at the MBTA Pleasant Street station. Thanks to Aira  and the MBTA pilot program for helping me on my journey to fried chicken glory.”


“I could cry with tears of joy. I cannot believe we live in a time where the MBTA and Aira are partnering up for a SIX-MONTH PILOT PROGRAM brought to us by AccessAI. Using the T just got a whole lot easier.”


“Today, I had another great adventure on the way to the Cambridgeside Galleria Mall with a wonderful Aira accent. Caught the shuttle bus from Kendall to the mall in perfect timing. Grocery store was next and shopping on my own terms.”


“Used Aira and Access AI in the MBTA Cambridge/Brookline area. Guided me through Boylston Street and all the way through to Cambridge Massachusetts. Also got some guidance to some quesadillas at Zuzu restaurant. Awesome”


“Other things I’ve used Access AI and Aira for recently. Found the bus stop after a hair appointment, navigated independently to the dentist, found the Chicken and Rice Guys and navigated around the South Station bus terminal.”