This past Monday, February 27, marked the beginning of the reinstallation of 127 New Balance Hubway Bike Share Stations in Boston. The Boston Transportation Department expects the majority of stations to be reinstalled by mid-March, with all stations completed by April. Hubway members can keep track of the progress and check the status of each station at thehubway.com.
The following North End / Waterfront Hubways are now open!
Faneuil Hall – Union Street at North Street
John F. Fitzgerald – Surface Road at India Street
Rowes Wharf – Atlantic Avenue
Opening soon nearby! (check the Hubway Map for updates):
|Week of February 27||Nashua Street at Red Auerbach Way|
|Week of March 6||Cross Street at Hanover Street
TD Garden – West End Park
|Week of March 20||Lewis Wharf – Atlantic Avenue
Aquarium Station – 200 Atlantic Avenue
The Hubway regional public bike share system has become increasingly popular over recent years. In total, the program offers over 1600 bikes at 185 stations in Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville. This season, the City of Boston is celebrating with the debut of a specially wrapped “unicorn” bike designed by Artists for Humanity, which offers a Dorchester neighborhood theme. A “March Madness” style game utilizing all of the City’s eight “unicorn” bikes will also be introduced this spring.
“It’s always great to see people using the Hubway bikes both Downtown and in our neighborhoods, and I’m looking forward to residents and visitors getting back on these bikes in the coming weeks as spring approaches. In addition to being a healthy and enjoyable recreational activity, bicycling is an active, low-cost form of transportation and I encourage everyone to take advantage of this terrific service.” – Mayor Martin Walsh
Visit thehubway.com for more details about pricing, locations, and events.