Hubway makes bikes available when you need them. There are over 1,600 bikes at over 160 stations throughout Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville.
Hubway, Boston's public bike share system, is the newest way to get around Boston. Grab a bike near your home, office, hotel, or school and pedal your way to eat lunch, go shopping, take classes, or visit friends and family.
- Start your trip in one place and return the bike at the next Hubway station. Bikes and docks are distributed at stations across metro-Boston. View the system map.
- Bikes adjust to fit people of all sizes and come with a rack to carry your belongings. Meet the bike.
- Hubway is perfect for visitors and regular commuters. Learn about membership and pass options.
- Low-income residents of Boston may be eligible for a $50 annual or $5 monthly membership.
- Visit the Hubway website to sign up and get more information.
Our public bike share system is getting bigger and even better. We will add more than 70 new stations in Boston, starting in 2018. We're bringing service to new neighborhoods and adding capacity in our existing service area.
Memberships are great for anyone who will be using Hubway for an extended period of time. Passes are great if you only plan on using Hubway for a few days.
Regardless of how you join, every trip under 30 minutes is free. Usage fees apply for any trip over 30 minutes.
Passes can be purchased at any station. To take out a bike, use your ride code, or buy a bike key for $3 at a station with a key dispenser
Memberships can be purchased online. You will get a key in the mail that you can use to take out bikes. While you wait for your key, you can use your credit card at the kiosks to get a ride code. You will not be charged again.
Low-income residents of Boston may be eligible for a $50 annual or $5 monthly membership.