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||Blue Line||Weekdays||Inbound: Yes, except 7 – 9 AM|
Outbound: Yes, except 4 – 6 PM
|Line/Service||Orange Line||Weekdays||Yes, except 7 – 10 AM and 4 – 7 PM||Weekends||Yes|
|Line/Service||Red Line||Weekdays||Yes, except 7 – 10 AM and 4 – 7 PM||Weekends||Yes|
|Line/Service||Commuter Rail||Weekdays||Yes, except rush hours. Look for the bike symbol on PDF schedules.||Weekends||Yes|
|Line/Service||Bus and Silver Line||Weekdays||Yes, on bike racks||Weekends||Yes, on bike racks|
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
How to Park Your Bike at an MBTA Station
Additional Biking Resources
Greater Boston’s bike sharing program, with more than 1,300 bikes available at 140 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 us to learn more about the “Bikes and the T” program.