Tired of Sitting in Traffic?
Park&Pedal is a network of parking stations conveniently located cycling distance from your city’s employment centers, allowing you to park your car in a designated spot, and pedal a bike to work, avoiding “last-mile” congestion and parking in the city.
Park in a designated Park&Pedal station located cycling distance from employment centers.
Pedal to your final destination, avoiding traffic and costly downtown parking.
Save money on gas and parking, save time by avoiding traffic, and save the planet with less emissions.
Park&Pedal® is the first network of its kind in the world, and combines the efforts of local governments, employers, and individuals to solve the growing problems associated with commuting.
According to the US Department of Transportation, the average round-trip commute in the United States is 24 miles and increasing. While this is an unmanageable distance for most to ride every day, Park&Pedal provides a manageable and convenient step towards bike commuting.
“The Park&Pedal Commuter Network serves as an excellent example of state government working with private partners to meet the needs of the public. By expanding this unique multi-modal system, commuters will benefit greatly by not only alleviating traffic congestion, but will also encourage healthy active lifestyles.”Charlie Baker
“This initiative is an example of how we can work across executive agencies and bring new thinking to our existing transportation assets, and create new, multi-modal connections that promote healthy commuting through cycling, and has the potential to alleviate highway congestion, while decreasing greenhouse gases.”Stephanie Pollack
“The Park&Pedal program will provide a unique, outdoor recreational opportunity for Massachusetts citizens to incorporate in their daily lives while commuting to work. The results of such partnerships, like the one between DCR and Montague Bikes, will have lasting effects on thousands of people for years to come.”Matthew Beaton
As we return to work and travel in the coming weeks, we can expect to see a dramatic shift in behavior surrounding transportation. Experts agree that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, people will largely avoid crowded public transportation, and turn to single...read more
The City of Somerville has installed protected bike lanes on Route 28 across the Wellington Bridge thanks to a MassDOT Shared Streets and Spaces Program grant award. This statewide funding program supports public health by facilitating quick-build projects that...read more
Oxford City Council has installed 130 additional bike parking spaces at Park & Ride locations to help commuters cycle the last miles of their journey into the city. 64 new bike parking spaces were installed at Redbridge Park & Ride, 42 new spaces at Peartree...read more