Biking to BMC/BUMC
Biking to BMC/BUMC is very easy as many of the neighboring streets have bike lanes & there is plenty of bike parking in the neighborhood.
Around the BMC/BUMC area, there are many bike racks and three secured bike cages for all members of the medical community to use. The racks, which are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, are not reserved but are on a “first-come/ first-served” basis. The cages are sheltered from the weather and can be accessed by your ID badge. The annual fee for the bike cages is $20. The map below shows the exact locations of the bike cages & racks.
If you are interested in applying for bike cage access, please click here.
Don’t have a bike? Sign up for the discounted Hubway membership!
Please don’t lock your bike to anything other than a bike rack or cage; Public Safety will have bikes improperly locked removed.
Some examples of what not to do:
East Newton St. & 710 Albany St Garage
- East Newton St. at the Atrium Pavilion near the Dental School, “under” the Medical Center cafeteria.
- Behind the 710 Albany St Garage.
Watch the video below to understand how to park your bike at the 710 Albany St Garage Bike Cage:
610 & 710 Albany Street Garages:
- These racks are sheltered from the weather
- On-site attendant
BMC Menino Pavilion
- Albany St. outside the Emergency Entrance
Boston University Medical Campus
- East Concord St. in front of the Medical School
- East Concord St. close to the Talbot building
Have a Hubway membership? Click here to see where the stations are on campus.
For more information on Hubway and the BUMC and BMC discount, click here.
Bike Week 2014 was a huge success! Team BUMC finished first in the MassCommute Bicycle Challenge. Click here to read more about Bike Week 2014.