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Parking at the Institute

 

Student Parking

On-Street Parking

There is limited metered parking along First Avenue and on other streets in the Navy Yard. Metered parking is 25¢ for each 12 minutes with a two-hour maximum (per block), and is enforced by the City of Boston between 8:00 a.m and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. So if you drive in for the day, be prepared to move your car every two hours.

Building 199 Parking Garage (5th Ave., Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston 02129)

Visitors can park and pay a daily rate
0-1 hour     $10
1-2 hours   $15
2-4 hours   $20
4-24 hours $28
Please see Visitor Parking section below.

The Building 199 Garage is available to the MGH Institute student community by contacting MGH Commuter Services at commuterservices@partners.org or 617-724-6588.

Directions: Drive down Chelsea Street to 13th Street (4th set of lights from Rutherford and Chelsea intersection). Take a right on to 13th Street. Take the first left, and the garage entrance is on your right.

Nautica Garage, 88 Constitution Road, across from the 2CW entrance

  • Nautica Garage student discounts are for weekdays (Monday–Friday) only.
  • The weekday pay-per-day rate of $14, effective January 4, 2017, with ticket validation, for a maximum of 12 hours. After 12 hours, the charge will be the going public rate.
  • Beginning at 3:30 p.m. on weekdays, there is a reduced Evening Event Rate, which is $13, effective January 4, 2017.
  • Rates are subject to change.

Please note: All Nautica parking tickets must be validated by a 2CW or Shouse security officer for the discounted rate to be honored.

MGH Institute students are encouraged whenever possible to take public transportation and the Mass General Brigham shuttle whenever traveling to and from campus. See Student MBTA Pass Program.


Non-Resident Student Drivers

Massachusetts state law requires that all full-time Massachusetts college students who operate a motor vehicle that is registered in another state, but which remains in the Commonwealth of MA for a period exceeding 30 days between September 1 of any year and August 31 of the following year, must file a Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles “Non-Resident Student Driver Statement” application. This statement must be completed regardless if the student parks on campus. State law requires MGH Institute of Health Professions to post the following notice to all students who are not Massachusetts residents:

“It is unlawful for a non-resident student to fail to file a non-resident driver statement with the police department located in the same city or town as the school or college attended, in accordance with section 3 of chapter 90 of the Massachusetts general laws. Failure to file such a statement is punishable by a fine not to exceed $200.00.”  

MGH Institute of Health Professions is required by the Commonwealth to keep a record and provide proof to the state that students have been apprised of the law.

How to Apply and Obtain Your Decal

  1. Submit the completed “Non-Resident Student Driver Statement” to the Boston Police Department at the following address:
    • Boston Police Department
    • 20 Vine Street
    • Boston, MA 02129
  2. Please email a copy of the completed “Non-Resident Student Driver Statement” to the Office of Campus Services at campusservices@mghihp.edu.
  3. Once the completed form is received, the Office of Campus Services will then issue a free, Commonwealth of Massachusetts non-resident student driver decal. 
  4. The decal should be affixed to the upper-center portion of the front windshield of the student’s vehicle (behind the rear-view mirror).
  5. Students must re-apply and receive a new decal each year they are an IHP student. Decals are valid September 1st- August 31st of each year.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Campus Services at campusservices@mghihp.edu.
 

Faculty and Staff Parking

On-Street Parking

There is limited metered parking along First Avenue and on other streets in the Navy Yard. Metered parking is 25¢ for each 12 minutes with a two-hour maximum (per block), and is enforced by the City of Boston between 8:00 a.m and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. So if you drive in for the day, be prepared to move your car every two hours.

Constitution Wharf Parking Lot 

This is the open parking lot between One Constitution Wharf (1CW) and Two Constitution Wharf (2CW). Parking is by pass only, with 7-day access.

Cost
Faculty and staff should contact the Office of Campus Services for monthly parking pass rates.

Building 199 Parking Garage (5th Ave., Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston 02129)

Visitors can park and pay a daily rate
0-1 hour     $10
1-2 hours   $15
2-4 hours   $20
4-24 hours $28
Please see Visitor Parking section below.

The Building 199 Garage is available to faculty and staff on the following conditions:

  • Access is granted with your MGH Institute ID badge, after paying a $25 registration fee at the parking office.
  • Faculty and Staff can choose weekly payroll deduction or add 20 debits at a time. Employees can put their name on a waitlist by logging to MGH Commuter’s Corner.
  • There is free parking after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays, all day on weekends, and holidays, using a MGH Institute ID badge.

Contact MGH Commuter Services at commuterservices@partners.org or 617-724-6588 for more info.

Directions: Drive down Chelsea Street to 13th Street (4th set of lights from Rutherford and Chelsea intersection). Take a right on to 13th Street. Take the first left, and the garage entrance is on your right.

Nautica Garage, 88 Constitution Road, across from the 2CW entrance

  • Nautica Garage student discounts are for weekdays (Monday–Friday) only.
  • The weekday pay-per-day rate of $14, effective January 4, 2017, with ticket validation, for a maximum of 12 hours. After 12 hours, the charge will be the going public rate.
  • Beginning at 3:30 p.m. on weekdays, there is a reduced Evening Event Rate, which is $13, effective January 4, 2017.
  • Rates are subject to change.

Please note: All Nautica parking tickets must be validated by a 2CW or Shouse security officer for the discounted rate to be honored.

MGH Institute students, faculty, and staff are encouraged whenever possible to take public transportation and the Mass General Brigham shuttle whenever traveling to and from campus. See Student MBTA Pass Program. Faculty and staff also have a discounted public transportation program.  

Parking at Mass General Hospital

In addition to parking privileges in the Navy Yard, you can also park for free at Mass General Hospital on weekends, holidays and after hours. To be eligible for this, you need to go to the Fruit Street Parking Office (on Fruit Street at Mass General Hospital) to have your photo ID badge programmed for that. The Fruit Street Parking Office is open 8:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Fridays.

Visitor Parking and Other Options

Building 199 in the Navy Yard ($4 minimum, $20 maximum). Weekend access is by credit card only. Building 199 is a block away from the research building, and four blocks from Buildings 34,36, and 39.

  • The Nautica Garage, 88 Constitution Road. Rates.
  • Constitution Wharf Parking (For 1CW and 2CW).

There also is limited 2-hour on-street, meter parking for visitors near the MGH Institute's campus in the Navy Yard. See directions to parking.

For more information

Email the Office of Campus Services, with any questions. Please note, this is for visitors and members of the MGH Institute of Health Professions community.