Trying to figure out the best ways to commute to and from Harvard? Let us help you!
We can help identify options specifically for you with our Personalized Commuting Assistance form, or you might find the transportation answers you need from the list of apps and websites below.
Visit our dedicated commute planning page, tell us a little about your schedule and we'll provide a range commute suggestions tailored to your specific needs.
Download the free Transit app to your smartphone for real-time travel options to and around campus using the MBTA, Hubway, or UBERPool and to receive updates on your preferred transit and bus lines.
Track the Harvard University and M2 shuttles in real-time on your mobile device or from your computer. The TransLoc app is also a convenient way to schedule evening van service.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Greater Boston’s public transit system, including links to schedules, maps, commuter rail alerts, discounts and much more!
Learn about private bus companies, railways and regional transit authorities serving the Greater Boston community and enroll in pre-tax savings on purchases of private transit passes and commuter checks.
The University Shuttle Service operates fixed route bus service during the academic year (except university recognized holidays and semester breaks) providing safe, convenient, and reliable transportation throughout the Cambridge and Allston campuses.
MASCO manages the Harvard Medical School shuttle which runs between the Longwood Medical Area (LMA) campus and Harvard University in Cambridge.
Travel across Boston, Cambridge, Somerville and Brookline on publically shared bikes. Bikes can be returned to any of the 100 stations across the network including the 12 supported by Harvard.
Get 24/7 access to dozens of shared cars parked on campus and thousands all over the world for a deeply discounted rate for individuals or departments! Simply reserve online, gain access with your Zipcard and drive. Rates always include gas and insurance.
Drive to one of the many free parking lot hubs in the Park&Pedal network, park your car in a designated spot, and pedal your bike to work.