1600 Crown Colony Drive
93 Worcester Street
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Drirections to 93 Worcester Street,Wellesley MA


93 Worcester Street
Wellesley, MA 02481-9181
1-617-509-3000

business hours:  7 AM - 5 PM

Directions from Boston:
From I-90, Mass Pike, West to I-95 South (Route 128 South). Take Route 128 South to Route 9 West (exit 20B). When exiting 128 to Route 9 West, stay to the right. Turn right at first traffic light into Wellesley Gateway building. Visitor parking and entrance to the building is on the right. 

From points North or South of Wellesley:
Take Interstate 95, (Rte. 128),  Exit 20B to Rte. 9 West. Stay to the right. Turn right at first traffic light. Visitor parking and entrance to the building is on the right. Employee parking and entrance is located to the rear of the building.

From points West:
Take interstate 90, Massachusetts Turnpike, East to Interstate 95, (Rte. 128). Take Rte. 128 South to Exit 20B Rte. 9 West. Stay to the right. Turn right at first traffic light. Visitor parking and entrance to the building is on the right. Employee parking and entrance is located to the rear of the building

Public Transportation

 

A shuttle service is offered from the Riverside Green Line Station for those who wish to take public transportation. The shuttle runs daily 6:30AM to 9:30AM and 3:30PM to 6:30PM. Please note that last shuttle run leaves Wellesley Gateway at 6:30PM.

 

Once you get off the train at Riverside, walk down the stairs, the shuttle will be right there.  It will be a Local Motion Shuttle with a sign stating Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.

 

Note: The shuttle can pick up at the Auburndale Commuter Rail station upon request. Please contact Wellesley Main Desk at 33000.

 

There are printed schedules, as well as other transportation information available in the literature rack, located near the ATM in the rear of the cafeteria..

For further information, contact Building Services or click on this MBTA link to view their web site. 

 

Alternative Transportation

HPHC offers several programs to allow staff to utilize alternative transportation methods to commute to work. Alternative Transportation not only saves you money in gas and maintenance costs it also helps  improve air quality and reduce traffic congestion. Please take a few minutes to explore this site for alternative methods of transportation that would best fit you and your needs.

Biking - This facility offers bike rack and shower facilities for bicycle commuters .

Ridesharing/Carpooling - HPHC partners with Mass Rides a state funded program which offers FREE assistance for those interested in ride sharing , car pooling and other alternate forms of transportation .

Emergency Ride Home Program - Commuters who rideshare or use transit have one common concern "what do I do in an emergency?" In the event of a personal or family emergency, or if required to work unscheduled overtime, commuters who use an alternative from of transportation (carpool, vanpool, bus, train, bicycling or walking) at least 2 or more times per week can get reimbursed for a taxi ride home up to four times per year. Contact MassRIDES today to receive more information about this program.