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News update

Attendant Assist parking available in Stata begins September 15
On September 15, 2017, a new Attendant Assist parking program launches in the Stata Garage, adding capacity for more vehicles to park in the garage by utilizing aisles for parking during peak times. Customer Service Representatives will be on hand at the garage 7am-11:30pm to assist parkers. For more information visit the FAQ.

Why spend extra time and money in traffic? There are many options to choose from here on this website. Peruse these pages and see how you can save money and the environment at the same time.

Some options available for customizing your commute are:

Bicycling

You don’t need to own a bicycle to ride around campus now. Current MIT employees and students can buy an annual subsidized Hubway membership. Signup or renew your membership today. An MIT certificate is required.

Carpools

By sharing a ride, you save money on gas and car maintenance. Plus, you can carpool and save by participating in the discounted carpool parking program. Log on to AccessMyCommute to start your own carpool or find nearby MIT carpoolers.

Emergency Ride Home

This unique program provides an employee with a taxi home if there’s a personal or family emergency or if you had to work unscheduled overtime. Only MIT employees who use public transportation, carpool, vanpool, bike, or walk to work at least three days per week may use the program.

MBTA

Massachusetts has a broad transit system composed of buses and trains that pass through campus. MIT encourages the use of public transit by subsidizing the cost of monthly MBTA passes for students, and benefits-eligible faculty and staff.

Parking

Full- or part-time MIT employees can request a campus parking permit through their Parking Coordinator. Upper class undergraduates and graduate students must fill out the online application in order to obtain a parking permit. Limited parking is available for alumni and affiliates.

Private Transit

Employees who use an alternative form of transit, like a private bus line or Amtrak for example, may participate in the Private Transit Subsidy program. Sign up and get reimbursed for up to 50% of your commuting costs.

Shuttles

Free shuttle service is available to the MIT community. Travel around campus during the day and night; or to the Back Bay and North Station. Shuttles to Logan airport and local grocery stores are available at certain times during the school year.

Vanpools

MIT employees are eligible to participate in the MIT vanpool subsidy program with vRide which provides both a monthly subsidy and a pre-tax payroll deduction. The vanpool subsidy cannot be combined with any other subsidies.

Walking

Make walking a part of your commute and see the proven health benefits. If you take public transportation, try walking to a further stop or get off a stop early. If your commute is too long, make it a Walk to Lunch Day. Join MIT in the Walk/Ride Day challenge.

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 RELATED LINKS
 AccessMyCommute
 Charles River TMA
 MassBike
 MassRIDES
 MBTA
 PlanetTran
 TROMP-Travel Responsibility
Outreach & Mentoring Project
 Wanderu: Find and Book Bus and Train Travel
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Facilities

Department Directory

Parking & Transportation Office

Hours: M - F, 8AM - 5PM
Building: E17-106
Fax: 617-258-6357

parking services

Email: mitparking@mit.edu
Tel: 617-258-6510

t-pass services

Email: tpass@mit.edu
Tel: 617-253-9701

other commuter connections

Email: commuting@mit.edu


Tom Giannino
Manager

Robynn Cruz-Walker
Commuter Program Administrator

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