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Bike Parking

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The MBTA offers 3 types of bike parking: 

Be sure to read our policies and rules before parking your bike at an MBTA station.
 
95% of MBTA subway stations have regular bike racks.

Covered Bike Racks

To protect bicycles from the elements, the following stations have covered bike racks available:

Red Line

  • Central (2)
  • Davis (2)
  • Fields Corner
  • JFK (2)
  • North Quincy (2)
  • North Quincy (lower)

Orange Line

  • Forest Hills (lower)
  • Green Street
  • Roxbury Crossing
  • Stony Brook
  • Sullivan Square (2)
  • Wellington

Green Line

  • Brookline Village
  • Chestnut Hill
  • Eliot (2)
  • Riverside
  • Reservoir
  • Waban

Blue Line

  • Orient Heights
  • Maverick (2)
  • Suffolk Downs
  • Wood Island

Bus

  • Arlington Heights
  • Watertown Square

Commuter Rail

  • Andover
  • Fairmount
  • Haverhill
  • Hersey
  • Highland
  • Holbrook
  • Montello
  • Morton Street
  • North Billerica
  • Salem
  • South Weymouth
  • Waltham
  • Waverley
  • Wellesley Hills
  • Wellesley Square
  • West Roxbury
  • Weymouth Landing
  • Worcester
  • Wyoming Hill

Pedal and Park Facilities

A selection of high-traffic MBTA stations have Pedal and Park facilities, which are secure, enclosed parking areas for 50-150 bikes. Pedal and Parks have surveillance cameras and controlled door access, and they’re free to use for CharlieCard holders.

Pedal and Park facilities are located at the following stations:

Red Line

  • Alewife (3)
  • Ashmont
  • Braintree
  • Davis
  • South Station
  • Wollaston

Orange Line

  • Back Bay
  • Forest Hills
  • Malden Center
  • Oak Grove
  • Green Line

    None

    Blue Line

    Wonderland

Bus

Dudley

Commuter Rail

  • Beverly Depot Garage
  • Salem

To access Pedal and Parks, you have to register your CharlieCard. Once you’re registered, parking your bike is free at all facilities.

Bike Parking Policies

  • Bikes should only be parked at designated bike parking areas. Bikes locked to handrails, railings, doors, ramps, stairways, bus stops, etc. will be removed.
  • Cyclists are responsible for damage to MBTA property OR injury, loss, or damage to passengers or MBTA employees due to a cyclist’s negligence.
  • Motorized vehicles are not allowed at bike parking facilities.
  • The MBTA is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged bikes.

Lost and Stolen Bikes

If you park your bike at MBTA facilities, you should record its serial number to help identify it if it’s lost or stolen and recovered.

We also encourage you to sign up for Rejjee, an app that lets you register personal property. The Transit Police have partnered with Rejjee to return recovered bikes to their owners. 

Abandoned Bikes

Bikes left for more than 2 weeks will be considered abandoned and will be removed from MBTA property.

If an MBTA employee suspects that a bike is abandoned, they will tag it. After 14 days, the bike will be removed and stored for 30 days at an MBTA facility. If the bike is still unclaimed, it will be donated to a local charity.

If your bike has been tagged but isn’t abandoned, simply remove the tag and continue to park normally.

Sweeps to remove abandoned bikes at high-traffic stations like Alewife and Davis will be advertised in advance at the bike parking area.

To report an abandoned bike or reclaim a bike that’s been removed, call Customer Support at 617-222-3200.