- The UMass Boston roadway configuration and bus stops are changing for the summer effective June 5. For the most updated information on parking and transportation changes, visit our Construction Updates page.
- All faculty, staff, students, and visitors who can use public transportation are encouraged to do so. Drivers should go directly to the Bayside Lot at 200 Mt. Vernon Street. Bayside is not open on the weekends.
- Download our mobile app to track shuttle buses and find campus buildings
The University of Massachusetts Boston’s Office of Transportation Services is here to help you access our campus, whether you are coming by car, bus, bike, or foot. Use our interactive campus map to find food, vending machines, and other amenities; you can also print our transportation map or find campus buildings on our mobile app.
Are you taking public transportation?
Take the MBTA’s Red Line to the JFK/UMass subway station and then take one of our free shuttle buses. Our buses, which run every 5 to 10 minutes, will drop you off by the Campus Center or Clark Athletic Center.
Route 8 and Route 16 MBTA buses also come to campus.
Taking Public Transit
Are you driving to campus?
Please allow additional time for driving, parking, and walking due to possible delays caused by construction. For more information, check Construction Updates at www.umb.edu/construction.
On weekdays during the fall and spring semesters, drivers are encouraged to park at the UMass Boston Bayside Lot, located at 200 Mt. Vernon Street in Boston, and take a free shuttle to the Clark Athletic Center or the Campus Center. (This shuttle, Route 3, stops at the Clark Athletic Center first.) Other satellite lots, open weekdays only during the fall and spring semesters, are located at 265 Mt. Vernon Street and 75 Morrissey Boulevard. If drivers are parked at 265 Mt. Vernon Street, the Route 3 shuttle will pick them up; if drivers are parked at 75 Morrissey Boulevard, the Route 1 shuttle will pick them up. These shuttle routes do not run on the weekends.
For guests visiting the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for a campus tour or a scheduled appointment, a limited number of reserved parking spaces are located in the Beacons Lot. As routes may change due to construction, follow signs and check our parking map for the most up-to-date traffic patterns. Parking will be validated by staff in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Parking costs $6 a day.
Driving from the South
Driving from the North
Are you biking to campus?
Bike racks are available at multiple on-campus locations.
Bikes are also available for rental, seasonally, at the Hubway bike-sharing kiosk, located by the Integrated Sciences Complex along University Drive West.
Transportation Services is here to answer your questions. Call us at 617.287.5041 or visit us on the second floor of the Quinn Administration Building.