The closest local airport is the Logan International Airport at 1 Harborside Drive in Boston.
Shuttle services from the airport connect to the Logan car rental terminal and the local subway system (The T) via the Airport stop on the Blue Line
A number of interstate bus services, such as Megabus, Greyhound and Peter Pan, all have hubs in Boston at South Station, 700 Atlantic Ave
Amtrak stops in Boston at South Station, 700 Atlantic Ave
Highways that lead into Boston include I-90, I-91 I-93 and I-95.
99 Fordham Rd, Wilmington
is located off of exit 39 From I-93.
HOW TO GET TO THE HOTEL
The Crowne Plaza Boston – Woburn
15 Middlesex Canal Park Drive,
Woburn is located off of exit 35 from I-95.
BOSTON PUBLIC TRANSPORT MBTA “THE T”
It may be “America’s Walking City,” but Boston also features an extensive transportation system to help you navigate smoothly, from Harvard to the Harbor. Use this section to plan your trip in advance and when you’re in town.
Boston’s public transportation system is operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, but locals know it simply as the “T”. It offers subway, bus, trolley car and boat service to just about everywhere in the Greater Boston area and beyond. Subway stops are color coded – Red Line, Green Line, Blue Line, Orange Line or Silver Line.
To ride the T, you need to purchase a CharlieCard or CharlieTicket. These can be purchased at most subway stations at vending machines and at select convenience stores. The basic fare is $2.75 with a CharlieTicket or $2.25 if you have a Charlie Card. Kids 11 years and younger ride free! And your Charlie Card will provide you with more than 75 discounts on attractions during your visit. The “T’s” LinkPass gives visitors unlimited travel on Subway, Local Bus, Inner Harbor Ferry and Commuter Rail Zone 1A for one day ($12) or seven days ($21.25). More than 500 fare-vending machine are located throughout all subway stations.