Parking & Transportation

Public Transportation

Boston Children’s Hospital employees who choose to take public transportation are eligible to receive a 50 percent subsidy on all MBTA passes, with a maximum subsidy of $125 per month. Boston Children’s Hospital employees also receive a discount on membership in the Zipcar car sharing program and Bluebikes bike sharing program.


Residents and fellows may purchase parking in a garage located near the hospital. Both monthly parking and daily parking is available. Residents and fellows may also park free of charge in the Boston Children’s Hospital garage after hours and on weekends.

Free bicycle and motorcycle parking for bicycles and motorcycles registered with the parking office is available in the Boston Children’s Hospital garage.

Taxi Voucher Program

Boston Children’s Hospital is committed to helping all residents and clinical fellows get home safely after working an extended shift. Any resident or clinical fellow at Boston Children’s Hospital who drove or biked to work and worked a shift of 24 or more hours is eligible to receive a voucher for a taxi ride home to ensure their safety and the safety of others. In addition, any resident or clinical fellow who is leaving late at night when it is unsafe to walk or use public transportation is eligible to use a voucher.

For more information, or to enroll in the T-Pass or Monthly Parking Program, contact the Parking and Commuter Services Office.

Telephone: 617-355-6251

Shuttle Services

Free shuttle service is provided to and from the hospital’s off-site parking lots from 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. An evening shuttle is available from 8:30 p.m. to 11:40 p.m. Monday through Friday to the off-site lots and local MBTA stops. The Security Department provides an escort service when the shuttle services are not running.

Longwood Collective Shuttle

The Longwood Collective (formerly MASCO) runs free shuttles for Medical Area employees from Ruggles Station (orange line and commuter rail), from JFK Station (red line), from Fenway Station (green line), and to parking lots and garages. Schedules are available at the Parking Office.

For further information on commuting in Boston and in/to the Longwood Medical Area, visit the Longwood Collective website.