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Getting to Boston Medical Center
Boston Medical Center is conveniently located off of Route 93 in Boston's Historic South End. We are a short distance from Victorian brick row houses listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Revitalized in the 1960s, the South End is now home to ethnically diverse families, fine restaurants, a thriving arts community, parks and playgrounds.
The medical campus is situated across several city blocks between Harrison Avenue and Albany Street and Massachusetts Avenue and East Newton Street. View Campus Map
We are easily accessible by car, bus, free shuttle bus, subway or bicycle, and are approximately six miles from Logan Airport.
Get directions by car, as well as information on carpooling and parking at Boston Medical Center.
All MBTA buses operate seven days a week with less service on Saturday and Sunday, except the CT1 & CT3, which does not operate on weekends.
By Shuttle Bus
There are also free shuttles that service the Medical Campus Area community. See schedules listed for exact times and destinations.
The Medical Center is accessible by the MBTA subway using the Red, Orange, Blue and Green Lines.
The hospital is also accessible by bicycle. There are many bicycle racks available throughout the Boston Medical Center campus as well as programs available to riders.
For all BMC destinations, paid parking is available in the garage at 710 Albany Street or in the Doctors Office (DOB) garage at 720 Harrison Avenue. Valet parking is available at the main entrance of the Menino Pavilion (840 Harrison Avenue), adjacent to the Moakley and Yawkey buildings, as well as in front of the Doctors Office Building (720 Harrison Avenue) for $12 per day. More Parking Info
Additional Transportation Information
Employee carpool information can be obtained through the RideSource® Program (http://www.commute.com/) where they will match you to carpools, vanpools, commuter boats, private buses or the commuter rail.
For alternative transportation information, schedules, personal commuter assistance and/or any questions, please drop by the Office of Transportation Services (TranSComm) located at 710 Albany Street or call 617.638.7473 or 617.638.7477. Public transportation and carpooling options are supported on campus by TranSComm, please visit: http://www.bumc.bu.edu/transcomm to learn more.
You may also go to the MBTA's website at http://www.mbta.com/.
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