Transportation

Transportation in and around Boston

 
     
 
 
 

 

 

Water Taxi - Subway - Taxi - Walking

Visit the airport website

 

 

Logan International Airport

 

800-23-LOGAN (5-6426)

Everything you need to know about flying out of Boston's airport.

Click on the picture to visit the website.

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City Water Taxi

 

617-422-0392

City Water Taxi provides service to the entire Boston waterfront. Pay your fare on board, or order tickets online and travel directly to one of our numerous stops.

With professional captains, reliable service, clean and comfortable boats, we get you to your destination quickly and safely.

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Logan Airport - Water Taxi - Taxi - Walking

Visit the "T's" website

 

 

MBTA (The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority)

 

If you want to take public transportation in and around Boston check out the "T". On the "T's" site you will find transportation schedules, hours, maps, and prices for the subway, buses, commuter rail, and boat.

Click on the picture to visit the website's subway map, from there you can navigate all over.

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Logan Airport - Water Taxi - Subway - Walking

Cabs in Boston

 

 

Cabs in Boston

 

We have 46 cab companies in Boston

Click on the picture and get a list and phone numbers.

 

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Logan Airport - Water Taxi - Subway - Taxi

Tour the city on foot

 

 

Walking in Boston

 

Chances are you've heard Boston referred to as "the walking city." The City of Boston labors to maintain this label. Marking crosswalks, regular maintenance of traffic signals and pedestrian pushbuttons, and innovative pedestrian safety signs at busy locations such as downtown, and at schools, parks, playgrounds, elder complexes and libraries are a priority.

Yet walking is not the only mode of transportation in Boston. It is convenient to move around the city using the subway, buses, taxis and boats. For longer trips, Boston is home to Logan International Airport.

If you have a car, chances are, you'll need to know about parking or vanpooling in the city. But if you'd rather sit back and use public transportation, you're not alone. Thousands of residents and visitors use the extensive system of MBTA trains and buses to get around the city each day. Even those who arrive into Logan International Airport will find public transportation to be a very convenient way to get into the city and surrounding areas.

WalkBoston has developed a Downtown/Back Bay/South Boston Seaport walking map to help commuters and visitors get around during this time of Big Dig related traffic detours.

Click the links below for more information.

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