New Balance Hubway

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    New Balance Hubway Bike-Share Sytem

    Sign up now to be part of Boston’s regional bike-share system with more than 1,000 bikes. From March through November, you can rent a bike near your home or office, making your commute greener whether you are making a quick trip to the store or pedaling over to a lunch meeting. Visit their website to sign up and explore stations, pricing, and how bike sharing in Boston works!

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    $5 Subsidized Memberships »

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Tips for Using Hubway


  • You can sign up online to be a member or join as a casual user at any Hubway station kiosk (a credit card is required)
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  • Once you've paid to use the system, the first half hour of each ride is free
  • You never need to lock up the bike, just return it to an empty dock at any Hubway station
  • All riders must be at least 16 years old. Bikes are adjustable for users of all sizes
  • Bring your own helmet or buy one from any of our participating vendors.
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Facts about Hubway


  • Boston has 72 Hubway stations with an additional 32 stations in Cambridge, Brookline, and Somerville
  • In 2011 and 2012, 617,388 Hubway rides were taken in Boston
  • In 2012, Boston's Hubway riders averaged 1,835 trips per day
  • Boston riders have traveled 617,270 miles on Hubway, burning 25,068,942 calories, and saved 206.79 tons of carbon
  • The top 5 stations in Boston are South Station, TD Garden - Legends Way, Boston Public Library, Charles Circle, and Back Bay/ South End Station
  • There is a station serving every line of the T, commuter rail, and ferry as well as 64 bus routes if you want to make your trip multi-modal
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    Subsidized Hubway Memberships

    The New Balance Hubway bike share is transforming the way people travel in Boston. We want everyone to be a part of it. Annual memberships normally cost $85. Together with the Boston Public Health Commission, we offer a subsidized membership of $5 to individuals on public assistance.
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