Suffolk's downtown location allows students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint by commuting to campus by foot, bike, and/or public transportation. Underground parking on campus is limited, which encourages the use of public transportation, as well as limits the heat island impact of our campus.

Getting to Campus

Public Transportation

Plan your trip to Suffolk using the MBTA, Boston's transit system. Several MBTA lines are easily accessible and within walking distance from campus.

Employee Transportation Benefits

Learn more about the transportation benefits that Suffolk offers to its employees for public transportation, carpooling, biking, and parking.

Student Transit Semester Pass Discount

Learn more about the undergraduate and graduate transportation benefits available.

Bike Rack Locations

Our residence halls offer indoor bike storage for residents. Students who would like access to bike racks in Residence Halls can contact their Hall’s Residence Director for more information.

Bike racks located in or close to Suffolk buildings can be found at:

  • 73 Tremont Street—20 spots on Tremont Place (Mildred Sawyer Library entrance)
  • Sargent Hall—10 spots in the Sargent garage
  • Samia Academic Center (20 Somerset)—20 spots in Roemer plaza
  • 10 West—15 spots in the Basement Fitness Center*
  • Miller Hall—10 spots in the First Floor Storage Room*
  • Smith Hall—5 spots in the Basement Storage Room*

* Requires a Suffolk Student ID card
Student and Staff Bike Racks are located at the Rosalie K. Stahl Center (73 Termont) and the Samia Academic Center (20 Sommerset Street) and the Residence Hall at 150 Tremont Street.  Student only Bike Racks are located at the Residence Hall at 10 Sommerset Street and the Residence Hall at 10 West Street.  Bluebike rental Bikes are located at One Beacon Street, the Ridgeway Building (148 Cambridge Street) The T Stop at Government Center, the Residence Hall at One Court Street Sargent Hall (120 Tremont Street), the Residence Hall at 150 Tremont Street, and the Massachusetts General Hospital T Stop.