CTAD Boston 2-4, 2017
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New England's largest transportation center, Logan International Airport, recently completed a $4-billion major expansion and modernization. All four passenger terminals were renovated and upgraded with additional parking, easy access, expanded retail options and additional restaurants. Learn more about Boston Logan International Airport.
With 53 daily international and 75 daily domestic flights, getting to Boston has never been easier.
Boston is also serviced by these regional airports:
Both Amtrak and Boston's Commuter Rail service make it easy to get in and out of the city.
Amtrak is a passenger rail service that connects Boston, New York, Washington,D.C., Philadelphia, Baltimore, Portland (ME) and other points nationwide. Amtrak trains depart from South Station (Red Line), Back BayStation (Orange Line) and North Station (Green and/or Orange Line).
Created with business travelers in mind, Amtrak's high-speed train Acela provides fast service along the Northeast Corridor High-Speed Rail between Washington, New York and Boston.
Traveling at speeds up to 150 miles per hour, each Acela is fully equipped with power outlets and audio entertainment in-seat, bistro cars, elegant first-class cars, wide seats, conference and meeting areas and other amenities.
Boston's location on the Eastern Seaboard makes it easy to get here. For specific directions to your hotel, please inquire with your hotel.
From the West
The Massachusetts Turnpike, or Masspike, is Interstate Highway 90, and 90 East runs directly into downtown Boston from the west.
From the North
Fromthe northwest, Interstate 93 South enters downtown Boston from Canada through Vermont, New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts. For downtown Boston from Maine and points northeast, take Interstate 95 South to Interstate 93 South.
From the South
Take Interstate 95 North to Interstate 93 North to enter downtown Boston from the south.