Help the City of Boston decide where to locate new Hubway Stations!

Current Hubway stations in downtown Boston and adjacent neighborhoods. Click here for a complete map of current Hubway stations.

Starting this Saturday, September 9th, the City of Boston is hosting workshops over the next two months to gather input on where to install new Hubway bike share stations!

Over the next two years, the City will be adding 70 new stations to the system, with many of those stations in neighborhoods that don’t currently have access to Hubway.

Your input and support will help the City determine where new stations will be installed.

It’s crucial that the City receive strong public support for Hubway expansion, because they typically only receive feedback from people opposed to new stations due to the loss of one or two parking spaces. As this video demonstrates, repurposing an on-street parking space for a bike share station provides a service to hundreds of more people everyday, while on-street spaces turn over infrequently.

Bike share is a key component of the City’s transportation system, and expanding Hubway to new neighborhoods and increasing the number of stations in existing neighborhoods is an important step in making Boston a better city for biking! In fact, Hubway contributes to over 6,000 bike trips a day in the Boston area!

You don’t have to be a resident of a neighborhood to attend the workshop, and you’re encouraged to attend whether you can be there for the whole workshop or not! City staff will have maps of the neighborhood being discussed, as well as maps of other neighborhoods for those who are interested.

Show up and speak up for Hubway!

Below is a complete list of Hubway Expansion Workshops. Click here for more information about these meetings.

Saturday, September 9 10 a.m. South Boston BCYF Curley
1163 Columbia Rd
Wednesday, September 13 6 p.m. Jamaica Plain BCYF Hennigan 200 Heath St
Thursday, September 14 6 p.m. Dorchester Grove Hall Library
41 Geneva Ave
Saturday, September 16 10 a.m. South End BCYF Blackstone
50 W Brookline St
Tuesday, September 19 6 p.m. Mattapan BCYF Mattahunt
100 Hebron St
Wednesday, September 20 6 p.m. Roslindale BCYF Menino
125 Brookway Rd
Saturday, September 23 10 a.m. Jamaica Plain Connolly Branch Library
433 Centre St
Wednesday, September 27 6 p.m. Back Bay Central Library
700 Boylston St
Thursday, September 28 6 p.m. Charlestown Charlestown Branch Library 179 Main St
Tuesday, October 3 6 p.m. Beacon Hill Hill House
127 Mt Vernon St
Wednesday, October 4 6 p.m. Fenway Fenway Community Center
1282 Boylston St
Wednesday, October 11 6 p.m. North End BCYF Nazzaro
30 N Bennet St
Thursday, October 12 6 p.m. South Boston South Boston Branch Library
646 E Broadway
Saturday, October 14 10 a.m. Allston Honan-Allston Branch Library
300 N Harvard St
Monday, October 16 6 p.m. Dorchester Adams St Branch Library
690 Adams St
Wednesday, October 18 6 p.m. Mattapan Mildred Ave K-8 School
5 Mildred Ave
Thursday, October 19 6 p.m. Brighton Brighton Branch Library
40 Academy Hill Rd
Saturday, October 21 10 a.m. Dorchester Codman Square Branch Library
690 Washington St
Tuesday, October 24 6:30 p.m. East Boston East Boston Social Center
68 Central Square
Wednesday, October 25 6 p.m. South End Tenants Development Corporation
23 Wellington St
Thursday, October 26 6 p.m. Roslindale Roslindale Community Center
6 Cummins Hwy
Saturday, October 28 11 a.m. Mission Hill BCYF Tobin
1481 Tremont St
Monday, October 30 6 p.m. Allston BCYF Jackson/Mann
500 Cambridge St
Thursday, November 2 6:30 p.m. Chinatown BCYF Quincy
885 Washington St
Saturday, November 4 10 a.m. Charlestown BCYF Charlestown
255 Medford St
Thursday, November 9 6 p.m. Jamaica Plain BCYF Curtis Hall 20 South St
Wednesday, November 15 6 p.m. Dorchester Upham’s Corner Health Center
415 Columbia Rd
Thursday, November 16 6 p.m. Roxbury Bruce C. Bolling Building
2300 Washington St

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