Transportation and Biking

Public Transportation to/from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

M2 Shuttle and the Longwood Collective
The M2 Shuttle connects the Longwood Campus to the Harvard campus in Cambridge. The shuttle is free to Harvard Chan students with a Harvard ID. The Longwood Collective (formerly MASCO) manages the M2 Shuttle along with several other shuttles routes including shuttles to Ruggles Station (MBTA Orange Line), JFK Station (MBTA Red Line), Fenway, and Landmark Center.

The Harvard Chan School is accessible via public transportation bus and train.

  • Train: The Green E Line train stops at Brigham Circle, directly in front of the school. The Green D Line Longwood stop is a 10-minute walk. Orange Line stations Roxbury Crossing and Ruggles Station are about a 15-minute walk.
  • Bus: The 39 bus drops off on Huntington Ave directly in front of the school. The campus is also within a short distance of the 8, 19, 60, 65 and 66 bus lines.


Bicycles are not allowed in the School’s buildings. Students can register bicycles online with the Harvard Medical School and park them in one of the Harvard Longwood bicycle cages. For more information on bicycle cages, visit Harvard Longwood Bicyclists and the bicycle parking website.

The Harvard Longwood Bicyclists is an on-campus bicycle community that provides information and resources to Harvard Longwood cyclists.


There is no parking available to Harvard Chan School students on campus and use of public transportation is strongly advised for students. Parking is limited in the Longwood area. Private parking can be purchased from area garages for daily or monthly rates. Street parking with 2-hour meters is available on Huntington Avenue.