Street bikes are not allowed on the T during rush hours, and they're never allowed on the Green Line or Mattapan Trolley. More details:
|Line/Service||Red Line||Weekdays||Yes, except 7 – 10 AM and 4 – 7 PM||Weekends||Yes|
|Line/Service||Orange Line||Weekdays||Yes, except 7 – 10 AM and 4 – 7 PM||Weekends||Yes|
|Line/Service||Blue Line||Weekdays||Inbound: Yes, except 7 – 9 AM|
Outbound: Yes, except 4 – 6 PM
|Line/Service||SL1, SL2, SL3||Weekdays||No||Weekends||No|
|Line/Service||SL4, SL5||Weekdays||Yes, on bike racks||Weekends||Yes, on bike racks|
|Line/Service||Local Bus (except Routes 71 and 73)||Weekdays||Yes, on bike racks||Weekends||Yes, on bike racks|
Yes, except rush hours
Additionally, bikes are not allowed on platforms in these stations:
Folding bikes are allowed on all services at all times if they’re completely folded.
Motorized bikes and vehicles are not allowed on the T at any time.
How to Bring Your Bike with You on the MBTA
Learn how to load and unload your bike on the bus.
Learn how to enter and exit stations and board trains with your bike.
How to Park Your Bike at an MBTA Station
Learn about the types of bike parking available on the T and parking rules.
Fill out our online form to register your CharlieCard and use Pedal and Park facilities.
Additional Biking Resources
Greater Boston’s bike sharing program, with more than 1,800 bikes available at more than 200 stations in Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville.
This statewide cycling advocacy group has resources on biking throughout Massachusetts.
The City of Boston’s bike advocacy and education group, which offers resources on how to bike safely in the city.
Contact Customer Support with your bike-related questions.