Hubway’s Exciting Summer

Have you checked out the new Hubway stations? Since late July, Hubway’s been expanding across Boston with new stations at Allston Green, Andrews and JFK/UMass T stations, Brighton Mills, the corner of Boylston and Washington, Buswell Park by Audubon Circle, two in Charlestown, South Bay Shopping Center, and one out at UMass. Riders can also access bikes at 29 other stations across Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville.

On July 24th, Hubway celebrated its one year birthday with Mayor Menino and hundreds of Hubway fans at the Let’s Talk About Bikes exhibition at Boston Society of Architects.

On August 8th, the Hubway expansion officially launched and Boston Bikes passed out helmets at two of our new stations to current members, passing cyclists, and people who signed up for a new membership on the spot.

In mid-September, Hubway crossed the half-million-ride threshold.

You’ve got two more months to try Hubway before it goes inside for the winter. Find out how to ride for a day or a year at thehubway.com. Subsidized memberships are available for qualified Boston residents and monthly memberships are coming soon.

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In 2012, Boston surpassed 60 miles of bike lane. This is up from 60 yards in 2007. We continue to add 10–20 miles per year. Check out the Bike Network Plan to see our plans for the future.

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