Transportation & Accessibility
Easy to get to and easy to get around, Boston's excellent accessibility will bring you more qualified attendees!
Boston's convention centers are closer to major transportation systems and feature the fastest airport-to-convention center times in the country. Excellent and accessible air, rail, and bus connections are available from all major metropolitan areas. Both the BCEC and the Hynes are just minutes from two major interstate highways making it easy for attendees to drive to and from the facilities.
Boston Logan International Airport -- enhanced by a recently completed, multi-billion dollar modernization -- is a major national and international gateway with a unique location close to the city. Not only does Boston provide fast and convenient connections for air travelers anywhere in the world, but no city delivers faster travel times between the airport and its convention centers. It's only 8 minutes from Logan to the BCEC, and 15 minutes to the Hynes.
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Less than 90 minutes from downtown Boston are two other major airports, Manchester Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire and T.F. Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island.
Taxi and Limo Services
Taxi and Limo Service is easily accessible from many experienced and reputable companies throughout the city. Taxi stands and valet services can be made available at your event through the MCCA's Transportation Manager. A water taxi service is available from Logan International Airport across Boston Harbor to downtown Boston. Boston also features a wide range of first-class limousine companies offering outstanding services and amenities to meet your needs.
Bus service includes both public and charter bus solutions to support your event. Boston features fast and convenient bus service between the airport and the convention centers and hotels as well nation-wide bus service through major carriers with stations close to the convention centers. Charter bus service can be provided from the airport or Boston hotels to the BCEC or the Hynes, with special routes and police assistance available at peak hours.
Boston is part of the AMTRAK railroad system serving the Northeast, and connects passengers to the rest of New England. Acela Express offers service from Boston to New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington. Passengers can pick up AMTRAK service in Boston at South Station, just minutes from the BCEC, and at Back Bay Station right down the street from the Hynes.
Subway and Commuter Rail
Boston's public transportation system, better known as "The T" connects all of Boston and its suburbs by subway, standard rail, bus and commuter boat. The "T" connects the airport with the convention centers and hotels, as well as point-to-point access anywhere in the city. The Silver Line offers direct public transportation to the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center from both the airport and downtown Boston via the Seaport World Trade Center. The Hynes Convention Center is just steps away from four "T" stations including the Hynes Convention Center, Copley Square and Prudential Center stations on the Green Line and Back Bay station on the Orange Line.
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