Finding out how to get around Boston goes hand in hand with finding a place to live. Boston has a well-developed public transportation system consisting of buses, subway trains, and commuter-line trains that run to and from nearby suburbs.
Boston University Medical Campus : TranSComm – Transportation Solutions for Commuters
Most students will commute to campus using either Boston’s public transit system, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), The BUS, BU’s free shuttle, or by walking or cycling. To determining how far you are willing to commute, and the time involved, use Trip Planner. That way you will have a good idea of how far away from the Medical Campus you should look for housing.
Bikes and Routes
Cars and Parking
- Boston Craigslist Parking
- Boston Parking Spaces
- Boston Residential Parking
- BUMC Parking
- BUMC Zipcar
- Directions to BUMC by car.
- Mass Department of Transportation
- MoneyGeek/Auto Insurance in MA
- Parking Spaces
- TranSComm – Transportation Solutions for Commuters
- The Unofficial DMV Guide
Boston is a great walking town because it is beautiful and small. Walking across the city is not difficult. The links below will help you negotiate through the city.
Safety and Security
The University has several resources available to provide you with safety information and advice. BUMC Public Safety are staffed 24 hours a day 7 days a week, on call at (617) 414-4444. Service calls for security and facilities as well as emergency response are dispatched from the Command and Control Center, located at 750 Albany Street. Please take advantage of:
Emergencies: Dial 911
Wherever you live in the Boston area, if you need emergency assistance—police, fire, or medical—call 911 immediately.