Travel & Transportation

Travel and Transportation

Airport: Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)

New England’s largest transportation center is Logan International Airport. Logan Airport is located a convenient two miles from the city center. Most Boston and Cambridge hotels are within a five-mile drive. The City’s subway system provides access via the Silver Line at South Station to all terminals at the airport, and the Logan Express bus offers an inexpensive service from the Back Bay’s Copley Square and the Hynes Convention Center to all terminals as well. Massport provides complimentary shuttle bus service between airline terminals and the Airport Station on the MBTA Blue Line.

Traveler Tip: Logan wifi is free and available throughout the airport and charging stations are built into many seating areas.

Venue Transportation Information

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is three miles away. The Airport is accessible via a taxi for an average of $25 or via the MBTA Silver Line “T” at no charge.

The hotel is located on the MBTA Silver Line (a bus line used for temporary transportation and is considered part of the Subway system) at the World Trade Center stop. The Silver Line is accessed via the Red Line at South Station. Once at the World Trade Center stop, proceed 2 levels up to the Mezzanine level. The hotel is located at the end of the foot bridge on Summer Street, next door to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

The Number 7 Bus on the MBTA Bus Line stops outside the hotel on Summer Street.

Public Transportation

Shuttle buses run from the terminals to the subway, which is called “T” (for MBTA). From the airport stop, the Blue Line goes to the city. The subway is arranged in a star shape with the stops State, Downtown Crossing and Park Street as main transfer points. All three stops are downtown. The trams are color coded and next to the blue line there are the green, orange, red and silver lines. The silver line is a bus line that runs directly from the terminals to the south station. At the south station there are train connections and the bus station, from where Greyhound buses depart in all directions.

More info can be found at https://www.mbta.com/