Bicycling to Lincoln Laboratory
In an effort to support alternative means of commuting to work, Lincoln Laboratory has an active Cycling Community and a Cycle to Work Committee.
This group of Laboratory cyclists promotes bicycle commuting improvements at the Laboratory, organizes events for Bay State Bike Week, maintains available bicycling resources, and advocates for bicycling in local communities.
Lincoln Laboratory is easily accessible by bike and has convenient cycling access via Minuteman Bikeway and other bike paths. Cyclists will find that Lincoln Laboratory offers
- Close proximity (0.9 mile) to Minuteman Bikeway rail-trail via bicycle lanes along Hartwell Avenue to either Hartwell Hanscom AFB Gate or to Wood Street Gate
- Close proximity (0.8 mile) to Battle Road Trail in Minuteman National Park
- Covered bicycle parking in garage main level close to main Laboratory entrance
- Bike-repair stand for emergency self-repairs, available in lower level of parking garage
There are also several park-and-bike lots near Lincoln Laboratory. Click here for a list of nearby park-and-bike lots, each with directions to Lincoln Laboratory.
There are several ways you can learn how to be a safer, smarter biker. MassBike sponsors classes in safe and effective cycling. MIT Press offers pocket guides and online material about safe riding.
MBTA Bicycling Policies
Please follow the policies and restrictions specified by the MBTA when transporting your bicycle through the "T."