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Hubway is a bike share program, which is a form of public transportation by bike. It's owned by the municipalities of Boston, Brookline, Cambridge and Somerville, and operated by Motivate.
Bike share can still be very useful even if you own your own bike. It’s ideal for one-way trips, when you wouldn’t be able to ride your own bike back home, or for when you're already out and decide that biking is the best way to get to where you're going. It also saves the...
First, you need to become an Annual Member, Monthly Member, or buy a 24-Hour or 72-Hour Pass to be able to use Hubway. Then, find available bikes on the System Map. If you're a member, you can insert your bike key into a dock to unlock a bike; or if you...
You can return your bike to any station with an open dock – you don't have to bring it back to the station where you picked it up, making Hubway ideal for one-way trips. Find available docks on the System Map. Line up the triangle located at the front of the...
“I use Hubway when transit is a slower option or when there's no easy MBTA subway route.”
“Even though I have my own bike, it's easier to get around by Hubway in work clothes, and parking and locking are a snap.”
“Hubway is so easy to use – and great for life, the environment, city planning and health.”
“Hubway is an amazing service and makes transit around the city so much easier and more enjoyable.”