Boston to Lower Speed Limit to 25 MPH 

25mph  Starting January 9, 2017, Boston will officially enact a new city-wide speed limit – lowering the maximum speed from 30 to 25 MPH. Boston City Council approved the measure back in November  in an effort to support Mayor Walsh’s Vision Zero Boston initiative, which aims to reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries  to 0 by 2030. Starting January 9th, unless otherwise posted, the speed limit throughout the city will be 25 MPH. For more information, visit boston.gov/25mph 


Ever needed the MBTA during the hours of 1AM-5AM???

Take the Overnight MBTA service survey below!

(Available in other languages here


The MBTA is considering offering overnight bus service. This survey will help the MBTA understand the transportation needs of people who need to travel between the hours of 1AM and 5AM




710 Albany St. Garage will have all brand new Electric Vehicle charging stations and 2 additional charging spaces on the first level. In total 8 EV’s will be able to charge at once!



BUMC now offers subsidized MBTA passes for all regular faculty and staff! Visit our BUMC Employee MBTA page for the full details! 





As always, Bike helmets are $5 at our office!

Adults and Children sizes available:

Children: Ages 3-5, 5-8, 8-14

Adults: Sizes S-M, M-L, XL

Please feel free to come to try them on!


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City’s Vision Zero Project

The City of Boston is currently working on the City’s Vision Zero Project,

a project with the aim to reduce pedestrian/cycling fatalities to zero and reduce crashes city-wide.

Tell us your concern here.




TranSComm offers a discounted annual membership rate to HUBWAY for $37.50 (regular price: $85)!

If you are a BUMC student/employee, BMC employee, or BHCHP employee you are eligible for this offer!

Please email us at BUMCTranSComm@gmail.com for further information.



HUBWAY Station removals for winter have started!

A preliminary schedule of HUBWAY station removals in Boston is available on Hubway’s blog, click here to view.
Brookline and Somerville station removals will begin in early December. Click here to see their removal schedule
As always, you can check your smartphone or the Hubway map for the most up to date information.
Once again, almost all Cambridge stations will remain open year-round. Stay tuned for further updates and details on Cambridge winter operations.



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