Hamilton Health Sciences Corporate Programs

Cycling – save more than 60% off a SoBi membershipHHS Corporate SoBi poster_web_hyperlink

Riding a bike makes you feel like a kid again!  With a growing network of cycle tracks and Hamilton Bike Share, riding a bike around town has never been easier.

Hamilton Health Sciences employees are eligible for a discounted annual membership! This pilot program offers an annual membership which would normally cost $85 is available to you for only $32 (plus HST)!!

This is available to new members – existing members will qualify for the subsidy at the time of renewal. For more information and to sign up, click here:

Click here to access the Hamilton Health Sciences Corporate Bike Share Program Covenant and Registration Form.

New to cycling or want to refresh your skills? Sign up for a Cycle Skills workshop to learn about cycling safely in Hamilton! Click here to register!

If you ride your own bike, download Social Cyclist from your mobile app store and tell us where you ride. If you are looking for a sheltered and secure bike parking spot, consider getting access to the secure bike parking facilities

Carpooling – Save 50% on your drive and get a guaranteed spot!carpool

Driving is a lot more fun when you have someone to talk to!  Find a carpool partner and save yourself some money by splitting the cost of gas and parking. Click here to find more information and/or a carpool partner here:

Hamilton Health Sciences Carpool Program

Once you have a car pool set up, HHS offers specially marked priority parking spots at select parking lots at:

  • McMaster Children’s Hospital
  • Hamilton General / Ron Joyce Children’s Health Centre / PHRI; and,
  • Juravinski Hospital/Cancer Centre.

Community CarShare Membershipscommunity-car-share

Sign up today and use Community CarShare to get to meetings and site visits, at no cost to you! It’s as simple as registering, booking online and driving! Cars are conveniently located around the City.


dtpWant to know when your next bus is coming, or get a route for your trip?  Try the Transit App on your mobile phone.

Walking – it’s free – can’t get any cheaper than that!walking

Have you considered walking to work?  If you live nearby, you might be surprised how refreshing a 20-minute walk feels.  You might also be surprised at how quickly it takes to get to work by walking.  If you live further, consider parking further away or getting off one or two transit stops early and walking the remainder to incorporate some physical activity into your day.