Transportation in Davis Square
Davis353 is among the ultimate in public transportation and convenience. The Red Line Subway stops at Davis Square, giving you access to all of Cambridge and an easy commute to Boston. Plus, there are several MBTA bus lines and even the Minuteman Bikepath.
The MBTA Red Line stops at Davis Square, giving you quick access to fun places in Cambridge, like Harvard Square, and an easy commute to Boston. Davis Square subway entrances are on Holland Street and College Avenue.
The MBTA’s Davis Station connects to several MBTA bus lines leading to nearby towns . . . the 87 Arlington Center or Clarendon Hill, Lechmere Station 88 (Green Line) via Somerville Ave in Union Square, and the 89 Clarendon Hill or Davis Square via Broadway to Sullivan Square (Orange Line).
The Minuteman Bikepath is a 10-mile paved, multi-use path that goes through Davis Square. It connects the Greater Boston towns of Cambridge, Somerville, Arlington, Lexington, and Bedford. It ends at the MBTA’s Alewife station, so you can leave your bike at the Pedal and Park facility and hop on public transportation. You can also conveniently rent a bike through Hubway Bike Rentals. Car and Bike shares are as little as 92 feet away!
Davis Square is rated a “Walker’s Paradise” with a Walk Score of 96, so you don’t need a car to do your errands!
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