Harvard U. bike commuters receive benefits

Posted on January 7, 2013

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The CommuterChoice Program rolled out two new initiatives that will benefit Harvard University commuters. Bicyclists commuting to work at Harvard will receive tax-free reimbursements for bike-related expenses, including purchase and repair, as well as Emergency Ride Home services, reported the Harvard Gazette.

The bicycle reimbursements will begin in the 2013 calendar year and will be provided to staff that do not receive a subsidized monthly MBTA pass or annual parking permit and can provide proof of bicycle registration through the Harvard University Police Department. To read the full story, click here.

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