It’s a common misconception. The islands are a pain to get to, and once there, you’re stuck having to rent a bike, moped, or a taxi to get around. Well, while that may be true to a certain degree on Nantucket, which boasts a fine, if limited, public transportation service, it’s an argument you can’t make about Martha’s Vineyard, where you can find a bus for practically any destination on the island. We took the Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority, or VTA, for a day on the island to see how many spots we could visit. Depending on where you want to go, the system isn’t always the quickest route, but it is indeed an effective and cost-effective way to tour Martha’s Vineyard.