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Sustaining MIT’s Past, Present and Future

Facilities staff are always here supporting the Institute. Twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Through rain and especially snow, our staff carries on so that the MIT community can move forward.

Whether we’re repairing aging systems or breaking ground on a new research building, our staff solve problems and keep the Institute working.

On these web pages you’ll find forms to order our services, learn what you can recycle and how construction will impact your commute. Speaking of commuting, there’s also information on alternatives on getting to work. So, go ahead and click on our pages!

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News & Features

Toys for Tickets program
If you received an *MIT* parking ticket this past year, instead of paying the fine on an outstanding MIT parking violation, the Parking and Transportation Office will accept new, unopened toys to settle the ticket. Just bring in the parking violation along with the cash register receipt to Room W20-022 by Friday, December 9. This program is open to anyone who has an outstanding MIT parking ticket. The value of the toy or game must be of equal or greater value than the parking violation.

Check out this video to learn more about this program and other great ways you can help those in need this season.

Toys for Tickets Program
This season at MIT

Food trucks are on the move
Beginning Monday, November 28 find your favorite food trucks at new locations on campus. José’s Mexican, Momogoose, and Jerusalem Café are on the move in order to make way for Kendall Square construction. Learn about the new locations on the Dining site.

Support Cambridge neighbors
A devastating fire that took place this past weekend in East Cambridge has displaced at least 60 of our Cambridge neighbors, including some MIT graduate students. Donations for these families and individuals are being collected at a gofundme site set up by Cambridge Mayor E. Denise Simmons. Read letter to community.

       
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