Getting Around

HARVARD SHUTTLE SERVICE

Harvard University has both shuttle service (available to all Harvard ID holders) and Van Service (see below). Shuttles travel across campus and are accessible to guests with disabilities, including those using wheelchairs or other mobility devices.

HARVARD VAN SERVICE

Harvard Van Service is available through the reasonable accommodation process. For more information on how to request Van Service please see Parking and Transportation.

LONGWOOD MEDICAL AREA SHUTTLES

For information on shuttle service in the Longwood Medical Area, please MASCO LMA Shuttles

NON-HARVARD OPTIONS:

Please note public transportation, taxi services, and public parking are not Harvard affiliated and Harvard is not responsible for availability, accuracy, or changes in service.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION - MBTA

The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) is the public agency responsible for operating most public transportation services in the Greater Boston, Massachusetts region.

 

ACCESSIBLE TAXI CABS

The information below is sourced from: https://www.disabilityinfo.org/mnip/db/fsl/FactSheet.aspx?id=113. All Boston taxi cabs with fifteen (15) or more cabs are required to have accessible vehicles 24 hours a day. There are 78 accessible cabs in Boston. Boston Cab, (617) 536-5010, has two accessible taxis available. Metro Cab, (617) 782-5500, has nine accessible taxis. Town Taxi, (617) 536-5000, has two accessible taxis

Logan Airport & Accessible Taxi Services