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Bikes

A closed pedal and park bike station with bikes parked inside at Forest Hills station

Bike Rules

Street bikes are not allowed on the T during rush hours, and they're never allowed on the Green Line or Mattapan Trolley. More details:

Bikes may also be prohibited on certain holidays, during special events, or if service disruptions warrant. Check service updates for current information.

Additionally, bikes are not allowed on platforms in these stations:

Folding bikes are allowed on all services at all times if they’re completely folded.

Motorized bikes and vehicles are not allowed on the T at any time.

Contact

Contact Customer Support with your bike-related questions.

Bikes on the Bus

A person secures a bicycle on the bike rack on the front of a bus at Haymarket station

You can also bring your bike on the bus by securing it to the bike racks on the front of each vehicle.

Bikes on the Train

A Commuter Rail train stopped at the Providence-bound platform.

 You can also bring your bike on certain subway and Commuter Rail trains.

Register your bike

A pedal and park bike facility with bikes locked inside at Back Bay station

Fill out our online form to register your CharlieCard and use Pedal and Park facilities.

Bikes on the Bus

A person secures a bicycle on the bike rack on the front of a bus at Haymarket station

You can also bring your bike on the bus by securing it to the bike racks on the front of each vehicle.

Bikes on the Train

A Commuter Rail train stopped at the Providence-bound platform.

 You can also bring your bike on certain subway and Commuter Rail trains.

Register your bike

A pedal and park bike facility with bikes locked inside at Back Bay station

Fill out our online form to register your CharlieCard and use Pedal and Park facilities.