Transit in Cambridge
You can find plentiful public transportation options -- subway, buses, commuter rail, shuttles, and bike share-- in much of Cambridge. As a result, many Cambridge residents, workers, visitors, and students choose to get around on public transit, walking and biking. Given changes going on in Cambridge like more jobs, smaller families, more single people -- public transit can play an even more critical role for people getting around Cambridge and greater Boston.
The City is engaged in a number of studies and projects related to transit within Cambridge and the greater region. Some relevant information is below. You can find information on bus stop locations and amenities, Cambridge projects, MBTA or MassDOT projects, other public shuttle providers, and information on our monthly transit newsletter.
Bus Stop Amenities
Cambridge projects and initiatives
Regional Initiatives (Links below open in a new window)
Transit Strategic Plan: A guiding document
To guide how Cambridge improves public transit the City established a Transit Advisory Committee in 2013 and released a Transit Strategic Plan in 2015. Click to view the plan in high resolution / low resolution.
Additional transit information
Transit Bulletin newsletter
Click here to sign-up for the Transit Bulletin newsletter with Transit Advisory Committee meeting notices, transit news, events, and actions that the public can take to support transit.
You can see some previous editions by clicking the links below:
For more information
For more information, contact Andrew Reker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617/349-6959.