The popular regional bike-share program Hubway will now spread into the nearby communities of Cambridge, Somerville, and Brookline. By the end of August, 24 stations and 240 bicycles will be installed across Cambridge’s diverse neighborhoods, including seven stations donated by Harvard.
The expanded presence, in part supported by Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and local businesses, will provide riders with a healthy, emissions-free option for traveling throughout the area, including between Harvard’s Schools and campuses.
“Hubway is a perfect fit for Cambridge and will be a great way for residents and tourists to explore the city’s neighborhoods and businesses,” said Cambridge City Manager Robert W. Healy. “We are thankful that from day one Harvard has supported the expansion of Hubway into our city and has been an active partner in ensuring its successful implementation.”
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