Alternative modes of transportation provide reduced commuting costs, reduced stress, improved health, and benefits the environment. Boston campus transportation options include walking, biking, public transportation, electric vehicles, and carpooling. Northeastern encourages alternative modes of transportation for convenient, healthy ways to lessen the environmental impact. Click on the links below for helpful information on the transportation options and benefits available.
Northeastern University’s Boston campus is directly served by the MBTA’s Orange and Green subway lines, and multiple bus lines. Service to the Ruggles Commuter Rail station that provides direct service to Boston’s southern suburbs will be expanded with a new third platform in 2020.
Northeastern now has 32 charging stations available to faculty, student, staff, and visitors in the Columbus, Renaissance Park, and Gainsborough garages. Visitors can use Renaissance Park or the Gainsborough garages.