Discounted Hubway Bike sharing program
Hubway is a bike sharing system providing more than 1500 bikes at 180 stations throughout Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville. A fun and healthy way to travel, grab a bike near your home, office, or school and pedal your way to the next lunch meeting, class, errand, or social visit.
There are four convenient Hubway stations in or around campus:
Columbus Ave (outside the Renaissance Park Garage)
Columbus Ave (Near the corner of Mass Ave)
Mass Ave (near the Christian Science Center)
Students, faculty, and staff are eligible for discounted annual membership using the program code “HUSKY”.
To enroll and learn more, click on the link to visit Hubway’s Northeastern University landing page: https://thehubway.com/home
Bike Repair Stations
The University features a self-service bike-repair station located underneath the archway near the north tower of West Village A. Residents of East Village have exclusive access to a bike-repair station within the residence.
Coming soon: Two Husky Card accessible bike-repair stations located in the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex (ISEC) and Columbus Garage.
Sub Header 3: Gated Bike Storage
Residents of East Village have exclusive access to gated bike storage within the residence.
Coming soon: Two Husky Card accessible gated bike storage locations in the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex (ISEC) and Columbus Garage.
In addition, a number of public access bicycle racks are located throughout campus. Regardless of where you park you bicycle, it is recommended that you utilize a lock. Please do not lock bikes to stair railings or any location that may impact traffic or cause a security concern. Northeastern University is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged property.
Northeastern Police allows you to register your bicycle for free.
To enroll or learn more information click here: https://www.northeastern.edu/nupd/services/property-registration/
The MBTA offers many options for those wishing to use their bicycle while commuting to work. For more information please click here: http://www.mbta.com/riding_the_t/bikes/
MassBIKE – The Massachusettes Bicycle Coalition promotes a bicycle- friendly environment and encourages bicycling for fun, fitness, and transportation. For more information please click here: http://www.massbike.org/
Boston Bikes is a city wide initiative promoting education and induction into the City’s biking community. Boston Bikes has established a network of recommended bike routes which can be found here: https://www.boston.gov/departments/boston-bikes/ibike-en