Hubway’s network expansion will deliver over 100 stations between the four communities making it truly a regional healthy transportation option for customers and visitors to the metropolitan area.
MassDOT’s financial support for Hubway includes a $3 million Federal Transit Administration livability grant awarded to the MBTA along with nearly $2.5 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality funds allocated to the Clean Air and Mobility Program.
If you have not taken a ride on a Hubway this season, there is still time– simply grab your helmet and a bike for your next trip. It is an easy, healthy and green transit option. More details can be found at http://www.thehubway.com/
MassDOT’s partnership with Hubway demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with mode shift options as part of a healthy transportation network consistent with the objectives of GreenDOT and the Healthy Transportation Compact.
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