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Transportation

Boston is the transportation center of New England. While Logan Airport and the Port of Boston connect us to the rest of the world, trains and buses connect us with New England and the rest of the continent.

For Schedules and Maps for all public transportation options

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) provides fast, frequent and inexpensive subway, bus, and streetcar service to virtually every point of interest in the Greater Boston area. The Massport shuttle bus, which stops at all airline terminals, connects with the MBTA Blue Line Airport Station.

FARES AND PASSES
Charlie Cards and CharlieTickets make it easier than ever to ride the T. These can be purchased by credit card or cash at any MBTA Station through The MBTA's automated vending card sytem. "T" rides start at $2.00.
Commuter Rail rides $2.00-$9.00 Boat Fares $1.70-$12.00.

MBTA Quick Phone Numbers

Service
CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES
MBTA Customer Support Services (617)222-3200

For travel information, schedules, comments, or complaints
Toll Free: 1-800-392-6100
Deaf or Hard of Hearing: TTY (617) 222-5146
Main Switchboard: (617) 222-5000
Service
CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES
MBTA Customer Support Services (617)222-3200

 

 

PASS PROGRAM
MBTA Corporate Program: (888) 844-0353
MBTA Internet & Phone Sales: (888) 844-0355
Semester Pass Program: (617) 222-6117
LOST & FOUND:
Subway/Bus, Lost & Found: (617) 222-3200
(8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Mon-Fri)
COMMUTER RAIL:
North Station, Lost & Found: (617) 222-3600
(7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Mon-Fri)
South Station, Lost & Found: (617) 222-8120
(7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Mon-Fri)

FERRY:
Quincy/Hull/Logan/Boston Commuter Ferry: (617) 222-6999
Hingham Commuter Ferry: (781) 749-8009
Inner Harbor Ferry: (617) 227-4321
AMTRAK: 1-800-872-7245
LOGAN AIRPORT TRAVEL INFO: 1-800-23-LOGAN
SMARTRAVELER:
Metro Boston (617) 986 - 5511
Central Mass (508) 499 - 5511
Western Mass (413) 754 - 5511
SENIOR CITIZENS/TRANSPORTATION ACCESS PASSES: (617) 222-5976
Deaf or Hard of Hearing: TTY (617)-222-5854

 


Plain Facts

Getting to Boston Logan International Airport is easy no matter where you are on the T's system. Taking the T to and from Logan:The MBTA offers Blue Line Subway services and Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit service to and from Downtown Boston. The MBTA is the most economical and environmentally friendly way to get Logan.

To and From Logan:
• Silver Line to and from the Airport – with connections to the Red Line and Commuter Rail at South Station
• Blue Line to and from the Airport – with connections to the Green , Orange Line & Commuter Rail at North Station
• Commuter Boat/Ferry to and from the Airport To and from the Airport - Directions From All Points
• Paying Your Fare • Thinking of Taking Other Transportation to Logan?
For more info on Logan Transportation Options Visit Massport's Site



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