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New Balance Hubway

New Balance Hubway

New Balance Hubway makes bikes available when you need them. There are over 1500 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.

You can buy a membership or a day pass. Both get you access to unlimited short trips. Just use your membership key or enter your code and go! Bikes are continually maintained and they adjust to fit all sizes.

Visit the Hubway website to sign up and get more information.

Still have questions? Contact:
Boston Bikes
617-635-4680
1 City Hall Square
Room 721
Boston, MA 02201
United States

Boston's Low-Income Program

Low-income Bostonians can use Hubway for $5 a year. Your membership will include a helmet, a bicycle benefits sticker, and unlimited 1-hour trips.

Eligibility Requirements

If you are a Boston resident who is 16 or older, you may qualify if:

  • you have a low income, based on your family size (restrictions apply for college students)
  • you receive certain types of public assistance

Cost

If you qualify for the program, your annual membership cost will be $5, including a free helmet. For members in the low-income program, the first 60 minutes* of every bicycle trip is free, but there are usage fees for any ride longer than 60-minutes.
*This is a 30-minute increase from the normal non-subsidized free-use period.

Sign Up By E-mail or Phone

Contact Najah Casimir by e-mail at najah.casimir@boston.gov or by phone at 617–635-4765 and she’ll help you determine if you qualify for a subsidized membership.

Sign Up In Person

Thanks to our partnership with the  Boston Public Health Commission, we are able to provide in-person sign-up locations across the City:

Organization Address Drop-in times Contact info
Boston City Hall 1 City Hall Plaza
Room 721
Boston, MA 02201
Monday: 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
617-635-1470
kim.foltz@boston.gov
Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation Dudley Village Community Room
590 Dudley Street
Dorchester, MA 02125
Tuesday: 4 - 6 p.m. 617-825-4200
eguerra@dbedc.org
Geiger Gibson Health Center 250 Mt. Vernon Street
Dorchester, MA 02125
Wednesday: 3 - 5 p.m. 617-533-2228
prevention@hhsi.us
Neponset River Health Center 39 Neponset Ave
Dorchester, MA 02122
Friday: 9 -11 a.m. 617-533-2228
prevention@hhsi.us
South Boston Action Center 424 W. Broadway Street
South Boston, MA 02127
Wednesday: 3 - 5 p.m. 617-269-5160
brittney.burgess
@bostonabcd.org

Community Groups

We will work with any local community organization that serves low-income Boston residents and wants to help spread the word about the subsidized Hubway membership program. This includes community centers, churches, parent organizations, social justice organizations, affordable housing coalitions, or any group that represents numerous eligible individuals. Employees of community organizations are only eligible for the subsidized membership program if they meet the income-eligibility guidelines.

If you have more questions about Hubway subsidized memberships, or if you would like to schedule a presentation about the program for a group, please call Kim Foltz at 617-635-1470 or email kim.foltz@boston.gov.

 Program flyers in multiple languages are available upon request. For printed copies or a pdf that you can print, please e-mail Kim Foltz at kim.foltz@boston.gov.