Getting Around Boston


Plenty to Do, Easy to Get There


It is easy to get around in Boston. Known as America’s walking city, it also boasts the nation’s oldest subway system. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is the fourth largest mass transit system in the United States. Whether you prefer to go by bus, by train or even by boat - public transit is easily accessible and affordable in Boston. For information about “T” services, including schedules and fares from Boston Logan International Airport and Cruiseport Boston facilities, go to: www.mbta.com.

Boston's neighborhoods are interesting and diverse. For walking maps of city neighborhoods, go to: www.walkboston.org.

Taxi cabs are plentiful in Boston and they are regulated by the city. For more information, go to:
www.cityofboston.gov.

For additional information on Boston's transportation options, visit the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau.