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We are committed to providing safe and reliable transportation and parking for the University community. This includes shuttle and van service, fleet management, parking, and our award winning CommuterChoice Program which offers a number of sustainable transportation options.

Announcements

Oktober Fest Sunday October 10th 2021

On Sunday October 10th Fixed Route and Daytime Van Service will be impacted due to road closures associated with Oktober Fest in Harvard Square.  Crimson Cruiser will operate between the Quad and Memorial Hall only from 11am-7pm.  It will operate its normal route the rest of the day. The New Quad-SEC Weekend Pilot route will not operate on Sunday at all.  The Daytime Van service will not be able to stop on some parts of JFK, Brattle, & Mass Ave.  Please review with your Driver or call Dispatch at 50400 if you have concerns about your travel.  The App will prevent pickups and dropoffs in the closed area.  There will be no impact to the Evening Van Service.

 

Harvard’s ShuttleTracker Moves to the Passio Go App

Harvard’s ShuttleTracker Moves to the Passio Go App

 

ShuttleTracker, which allows real-time tracking of Harvard’s shuttles on campus, has moved to the Passio Go app. The new platform offers a number of improvements including more consistent real-time tracking and other useful tools so riders can better plan their travels. Download the Passio Go app from the App Store or Google Play. For more information visit www.shuttle.harvard.edu.

Transportation Services is providing more flexible programs and services to meet the shifting commuting needs of the Harvard community. Please visit transportation.harvard.edu/flexible for program updates.

Harvard is taking a significant step towards eliminating the use of fossil fuel on campus. The University is purchasing four, battery-based electric buses, as part of an aggressive effort to advance solutions for climate change, improve public health, and support the University’s climate goals of becoming fossil fuel-free by 2050 and fossil fuel-neutral by 2026. The 100% electric buses from Proterra, which are expected to be on the road in the fall of 2021, will replace four, bio-diesel powered buses representing more than 30% of Harvard’s bus fleet. Harvard will also invest in the electric charging infrastructure needed to support the vehicles. In addition to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the buses will also create less air and noise pollution, providing health benefits to the local community. Read more in the Harvard Gazette or read the press release here.

Getting Around

The CommuterChoice Program is committed to providing the best commuting information and planning services for Harvard affiliates who work in the Cambridge Allston/Brighton campuses.

Learn about transit options including Harvard’s 50% subsidy on monthly MBTA passes for benefits eligible faculty, staff, and postdocs.

Enjoy the environmental and monetary benefits of shared transportation.

Biking can offer a fast and efficient method of commuting to work or school and traveling around Harvard's campuses.

Walking is an important part of every commute and provides a healthy and environmentally friendly way to get around.

Employees who commute green can be reimbursed for up to four trips per year via taxi/ride hail, transit or rental car in the event of a personal or family emergency. 

Please find more details about the process here.

Want to try alternative transportation but not sure how to begin? CommuterChoice is here to help.

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