Getting to Boston
Logan International Airport services approximately 1,400 domestic and international flights daily. There are 47 airlines that offer connections from every major city in the world.
Boston is part of the Amtrak railroad system serving the Northeast, and connects passengers to downtown New York, Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other cities across the country. Acela high-speed rail service cuts travel times between Boston and New York City to three hours at speeds of 150mph. Passengers can pick up Amtrak service in Boston at South Station, just minutes from the BCEC.
Boston has local, East Coast and national bus service to and from the South Station bus terminal which is only a 10-minute walk from the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
For meeting attendees who want to drive to Boston, the BCEC is only minutes from two major interstates-Interstate I-90 (Mass Turnpike) and I-93/95.
Boston is home to North America’s first Subway system, better known as “The T”-connects all of Boston and its suburbs by subway, standard rail, bus and commuter boat. Subway trains and trolleys run along four connecting lines, making transfers and getting from place to place via the “T” easy and inexpensive.
The new Silver line offers quick and convenient public transportation to and from the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
Getting Around Boston
- As “America’s Walking City” virtually all of Boston’s historical, entertainment and shopping sites are within walking distance of convention centers and hotels
- Boston’s famous “T” trains, trolleys and buses make point-to-point travel convenient and inexpensive.
- The New “Silver Line” connects the South Station train station to the BCEC with the most technologically sphisticated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service available today!