Where do Hubway riders ride? When do they ride? How far do they go? Which stations are most popular? On what days of the week are most rides taken? We've heard all of these questions and more (like “what would Hubway trips look like in the form of a digitized “splatter painting?”), which is why we are pleased to provide the data sets to help you discover the answers to these questions and more. We invite developers, engineers, statisticians, artists, academics and other creative members of the public to use the data we provide for analysis, development, visualization, and whatever else moves you.
The data has been processed to remove trips that are taken by staff as they service and inspect the system; and any trips that were below 60 seconds in length (potentially false starts or users trying to re-dock a bike to ensure it was secure).
In accordance with the data standard recommended by the North American Bike Share Association (NABSA), Hubway publishes real-time system data in open General Bikeshare Feed Specification (GBFS) format. Get Hubway's GBFS feed here. Use this data for all new projects.
We also continue to support the legacy station feed in both JSON and XML formats.
Hubway Tracker, real-time station, dock, and bike availability tool, used by Hubway’s Field Operations Managers for dispatch and station rebalancing efforts.
Hubway’s online media kit, including high-quality, print-ready photos and logos.