Second of four parts. Read Part 1 here
There’s an argument going on in downtown Edgartown between a meter maid and the operator of a jeep, who is insisting on parking her car in the vacant area, even as the authority in question is writing up a ticket. These are precisely the kinds of hassles visitors can avoid by leaving their cars at home, and utilizing Martha’s Vineyard’s stellar public transportation system. From the tranquil docks at Edgartown in the morning, to the unparalleled sunsets in Menemsha, The Martha’s Vineyard Regional Transit Authority is an affordable and convenient way to explore the island any time of year.