Your commute counts. Switch it up.
Access MIT represents the Institute’s progressive vision for rethinking the culture of commuting and encouraging sustainable transportation practices. These programs provide commuters with the flexibility to choose, day-to-day, how they would like to commute, and encourage us all to utilize a variety of transportation options over the course of a given week. By connecting the MIT community to flexible, affordable, and low-carbon transportation options, we seek to ease parking demand while positively impacting our campus, community, and environment.
New Access MIT commuter benefits include:
- Free, unrestricted use of the MBTA subway and local bus systems for benefits-eligible Cambridge campus MIT faculty and staff with the Access MIT pass
- A 60% commuter rail subsidy
- A 50% subsidy for parking at MBTA stations, up to $100 per month
- A shift from annual to daily pay-per-day parking plans at MIT gated lots
Get there with the Access MIT Pass — Your MIT ID and T-Pass in One
The Access MIT pass is part of the Access MIT program. By providing all benefits-eligible faculty, staff and all postdoctoral scholars on the Cambridge campus with access to free MBTA subway and local buses embedded right in your MIT ID card, commuters will have the flexibility to choose, day-to-day, how they would like to commute. Read about the T-pass program.
Visit the Card Office to Upgrade your MIT ID today!
If you received your MIT ID after June 2016, your ID already includes the CharlieCard chip. If you have an older ID, stop by the MIT Card Office in Building E17-106 between 8AM and 5PM, and we’ll upgrade your ID, so you can start enjoying access to free MBTA subway and local bus.
If you have a Commuter Rail Zone Pass, no need to get a new ID.
If you have questions about the new program, visit our FAQs.