Shuttle service changes during COVID pandemic (updated 3/8/21)
Although most campus shuttle services have transitioned to reduced schedules, we have added an extra grocery shuttle on Wednesdays. View the updated schedule for each shuttle below. Questions regarding shuttle services may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-253-1440.
EZ Ride is operating with a reduced number of shuttles, 6:20 AM (first shuttle leaves North Station) to 7:30 PM (last shuttle leaves Erie).
Lincoln Lab shuttle services resumed on June 29 at 25% capacity (9 seats per shuttle).
Note that face coverings are required for shuttle passengers and drivers, and new signage has been installed to help riders maintain physical distance. Seat decals have been placed on aisle seats to indicate that no aisle seating is allowed. Signs direct passengers to fill seats starting in the back (progressing toward the front) and disembark from the front seats first (progressing toward the back).
MIT shuttle COVID-19 policies and procedures:
Face coverings are required for passengers and drivers; drivers also wear gloves.
To create physical distancing, no passengers are permitted to use aisle seats; this is indicated with decals posted on the seats.
Please fill seats starting at the back of the bus and progressing toward the front. When disembarking, allow the passengers at the front to disembark first. The process should then progress toward passengers at the back.
Plastic shields have been installed between the driver and passenger areas on all shuttles.
Shuttles are cleaned daily using a COVID-approved fogging process along with enhanced cleaning procedures.
A variety of shuttle services are available to safely transport members of the MIT community to, from, and around the MIT campus.
EZRide free with MIT ID, offers morning and evening routes around the Cambridge campus and to North Station via Lechmere, as well as midday routes on the Cambridge campus. Please note EZRide shuttle service is operating on a temporarily reduced schedule due to the COVID-19 situation.
Evening SafeRide shuttle services
SafeRide free with MIT ID, provides a safe means of transportation at night seven days a week, currently operating from 6:00 PM 2:30 AM Sunday through Saturday. SafeRide travels within and around the MIT campus and to some Boston neighborhoods where MIT students live.
Airport Shuttle available by reservation for a fee, the airport shuttle is operated by the Parking and Transportation Office and provides service to Logan Airport just prior to the Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring breaks