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Affiliate Parking
Bicycle Commuter Reimbursement
Carpool Parking
Department Vehicle
Extended Parking Notification
Private Transit Subsidy
Vanpool Subsidy
Visitor Parking

Affiliate Parking

Affiliates may apply online and must have a Kerberos account. Learn more.
Examples of MIT Affiliates are:

  • Wellesley or cross-registered students
  • Alumni, contractors, previously-sponsored DAPER members, retired faculty and staff, and vendors

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Bicycle Commuter Reimbursement (via Atlas)

This form is used by full-time benefits-eligible MIT employees who commute to work by bicycle and are seeking reimbursement for cycling expenses.

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Cancellation--Parking (via Atlas)

Cancel your parking by contacting the Parking & Transportation Office.

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Carpool Parking

To create a carpool parking account, apply online and choose “carpool” on the application form.

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Department Vehicle

Parking Coordinators may apply online to request parking accounts for department-owned vehicles. Visit the FAQ for more information.

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Extended Parking Notification

An MIT permit holder who is traveling on Institute business may request to leave their vehicle in an MIT lot for up to two weeks while they are away.

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Parking (via Atlas)

Faculty, staff, students, and affiliates who commute to campus by car should fill the appropriate online form to request a parking account. A Kerberos account is required to apply for parking. Affiliates must be sponsored in advance of using the online application. Learn more about affiliate parking.

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Private Transit Subsidy (via Atlas)

MIT staff or faculty can request a subsidy for their commute to work via private transit (e.g. Amtrak, Peter Pan bus).

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T-pass (via Atlas)

Faculty, staff, students, and affiliates who commute to campus by MBTA (bus, subway, or commuter rail) are eligible for a discounted T-pass.

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Vanpool Subsidy

After you enroll in the Commute with Enterprise vanpool program, you will need to enroll for MIT’s payroll deduction plan (via Atlas).

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Visitor Parking (via Atlas)

Parking passes for visitors are available for invited guests of any MIT department. Department personnel with SAP authorization may purchase visitor passes through Atlas.

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Department Directory

Parking & Transportation Office

Atlas Service Center
Street Address: 40 Ames Street
Building: E17-106
Hours: M - F, 8AM - 5PM

Phone: 617-258-6510
Phone (after hours): 617-253-2997
Fax: 617-258-6357

Tom Giannino

Robynn Cruz-Walker
Commuter Program Administrator

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