Boston-Logan International Airport Sustainability Management Plan (SMP)
Massport has always embraced transparency in reporting on its successes and addressing its challenges; the 2016 Logan Airport Annual Sustainability Report is the latest chapter in sharing information with our stakeholders.
Tonight, Friday, September 16th at 10PM (2200) there will be an extended, continuous closure for the complete resurfacing of Runway 4L/22R for 30 days until its re-opening on Sunday, October 16th at 10PM (2200).
Environmental Stewardship suggests that we manage, plan, and design for resiliency in our environment.
Learn more about Massport's Resiliency Program
Getting to Logan has never offered more choices or been better for the environment.
Green Transportation Options
Boston Logan travelers use public transportation and other High Occupancy Vehicles (HOV) more than anywhere else in the country.
- Public Transit – The MBTA's Silver Line stops at every terminal with service to South Station and the South Boston Waterfront free from the Airport or take the free CNG shuttle to/from the Blue Line's Airport Station to reach downtown Boston and the Financial District
- Ride Logan Express – direct service to/from Braintree, Framingham, Woburn and Peabody.
- NEW! Back Bay Logan Express - get to Boston's Back Bay on a one-seat ride.
- Request a hybrid cab – with over half of Boston's taxi fleet now hybrid vehicles it's easy to get a green ride.
There are many things you can do to be sustainable and reduce your carbon footprint when traveling through Boston Logan Airport to make your trip that much greener.
Tapping into alternative energy with CNG fueled buses, wind turbines and solar panels, attaining LEED certification for new buildings, and working with airlines to recycle represents a sampling of the environmental initiatives at Massport.
Massport makes a significant effort to mitigate aircraft noise in neighboring communities. Our sophisticated Flight Monitor helps track and report aircraft noise disturbances. Learn more here.