Transportation Benefits

Emmanuel College offers administrators, staff and faculty a variety of transportation benefit choices, including parking, carpool discounts, subsidized T-passes, bike rack access and an emergency ride home program.

Various forms of transportation are available to travel to the College. In addition to driving, there are two nearby MBTA stops, the MASCO/LMA shuttle, a Hubway (bike sharing) dock and two on-campus bike racks.

Faculty + Staff Parking

All full-time and part-time administrators, staff and faculty must display a valid hangtag in their vehicles. The College will grant a 40% discount to employees who carpool together.

Once your application has been received, your request will be processed and the fee will be deducted from your paycheck. For information about staff/faculty parking rates and application forms, please visit the Faculty + Staff Parking page.
 
* Employees are only eligible for either the T-Pass subsidy OR on-campus parking. Employees can switch programs at any time based on parking availability.

Learn more: Faculty + Staff Parking.

Subsidized T-Pass

Full-time Emmanuel employees may purchase a T-Pass through payroll deduction. Emmanuel offers a 65% subsidy on the monthly passes.

* Employees are only eligible for either the T-Pass subsidy OR on-campus parking. Employees can switch programs at any time based on parking availability.

Learn more: http://www.mbta.com

Carpooling Discount

The College will grants a 40% discount to employees who carpool together. For example, two employees who share one parking pass will receive a 40% discount and then split the reduced rate resulting in a significant decrease for both employees.

Bike Riders

Bike racks are located outside of St. Ann's Residence Hall and in the top level of the Yawkey parking garage. Shower facilities are available in the locker rooms in the Jean Yawkey Center

Hubway Bike ShareHubway, your Metro-Boston Bikeshare program offers discounts to COF students, faculty and staff.

Please contact cofadmin@colleges-fenway.org for your institution's code.

Here's how you can get started today.
•Contact cofadmin@colleges-fenway.org for your institution's code.
•Navigate to Hubway Signup (*Make sure to select "I'm eligible for a Group/Corporate Rate" and Colleges of the Fenway)
•Use your school email address to register.
•Enter code on your application to receive your discounted rate of $50 annually (Normally $85)
•Your Hubway key will be mailed to you within 7-10 business days.
•Activate it online and you are ready to ride!


A Hubway docks are conveniently located on the corner of Avenue Louis Pasteur and The Fenway as well as at the Landmark Center on the corner of Brookline and and Park Drive.

Emergency Ride Home

As an employee of a MASCO member institution who walks, bikes, carpools, vanpools or takes public transportation to work, you are eligible to register for ERH and receive a free taxi ride or rental car to take you home in the event of an unexpected personal emergency. Once registered, you can use this service up to five times per year. Please note that students do not qualify for the ERH program.

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