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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

Parking Office and MIT Police hold bike auction
On Thursday, October 15 the MIT Police and the Parking & Transportation Office will hold a bicycle auction of old or abandoned bicycles. The auction will begin at noon at 290 Albany Street in Cambridge. The lot will open at 11:30AM for an opportunity to preview the bicycles that are up for auction. Proceeds from the auction go towards campus bicycle initiatives.

Note: A valid and current MIT ID is required to attend. Payment options include cash or local check, with proper ID. For more information about the bicycle auction, email

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This season at MIT

Associate Provost Karen Gleason discusses proposal for Metropolitan Warehouse
MIT is advancing a proposal to create a new hub for undergraduate residential life that would include housing, dining, maker space, common and study space, and street-level public retail. The proposed development would incorporate the unique historic nature of the Metropolitan Storage Warehouse and provide needed flexibility as the Institute continues to enhance its undergraduate and graduate student housing stock. Associate Provost Karen Gleason is leading the effort and spoke with MIT News about the project.

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