Harvard affiliates have access to an interconnected, multi-modal, transportation system that connects the Cambridge and Allston nodes of campus.
Transportation options include Harvard’s shuttle and van service and MBTA buses. There are also provisions for pedestrians and bicycles, and those who arrive by car, Harvard parking.
The University is closely monitoring the evolving legal and regulatory landscape governing shared electric scooter services in Cambridge and Boston. Personal scooter owners can utilize area bike parking; scooters will not be permitted inside the Science and Engineering Complex.
New digital transit screens with real-time transportation information – including Harvard shuttles, MBTA buses, and BlueBikes – will be installed in the Science and Engineering Complex atrium and in the lobby of 114 Western Avenue.
Real-time tracking for Harvard shuttles is available at shuttle.harvard.edu and will be integrated into the new Harvard University campus map.
Up-to-date transportation information is always available at transportation.harvard.edu.
Members of the Harvard community who need assistance with commute planning can visit http://www.transportation.harvard.edu/commuterchoice/commute-planning.