For your safety and the safety of other commuters, we ask that you follow these rules and policies when parking at MBTA lots and garages. Violating them may result in a ticket or fine, and your vehicle may be towed.
If you notice anything suspicious at an MBTA lot or garage, call the Transit Police at 617-222-1212.
Safety and Security
MBTA lots and garages are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Some lots fill up quickly during the week. Please plan your commute accordingly.
Cars parked outside of regular parking spots may be towed.
Please note that you park at your own risk. Be sure to lock your vehicle and put away your valuables.
Be careful entering and exiting your vehicle—the ground may be snowy, icy, or wet.
If you need help, use the garage intercom, and an MBTA staff member will assist you.
If you have car trouble while in an MBTA garage, please alert an attendant.
At unattended lots, the easiest way to do this is with the PayByPhone app. At an attended lot or garage, please use the pay stations or speak with the attendant on duty.
Unpaid parking sessions are invoiced and mailed to the registered vehicle owner on a monthly basis. They include the daily parking fee plus a $.50 surcharge for every unpaid parking session.
30 days after the original invoice date, an additional $10 fee will be assessed for each day of unpaid parking. 90 days after the invoice date, an additional $20 fee will be assessed for each day of unpaid parking. Vehicle owners may be asked to pay this fee in order to renew their registration with the RMV.
Cars parked at MBTA lots after 2 AM and earlier than 30 minutes before the first train is scheduled to leave the station may be towed or ticketed.
Long-term parking is not available on MBTA property. Cars left for more than 30 days will be towed.
When it snows, MBTA staff and subcontractors will be on duty to ensure roadways and lots are clear. However, snowfall may limit available parking spaces. Please plan ahead by checking service alerts, and give yourself extra time on your commute.
Any cars parked outside of designated spaces or overnight may be ticketed and/or towed.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
At some MBTA lots and garages, there are charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrids. While charging your vehicle is free at these stations, you will still need to pay to park in the spot.
Most MBTA charging stations are managed by ChargePoint, and you will need a contactless card to use them. Please visit the ChargePoint website to sign up and find charging stations.
As a courtesy to other customers, please only use these spots while charging your vehicle. Cars parked in these spots that do not have EV registrations may be ticketed or towed.