Taking the T from Logan Airport

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Taking the T from Logan Airport Boston Reviews

SweetNothing SweetNot…
5 reviews
Jun 21, 2006
Though taking a cab seems like an easy way to get where you’re going,

there is a cheaper albeit slightly slower way to travel to and from the


To get to the subway terminal, you must take a Massport shuttle bus to

the MBTA terminal. These buses are usually straight ahead when you walk

out the terminal. Wait for a bus which will take you to the MBTA Blue

Line Airport Station. This is a free shuttle bus service to and from

all airline terminals. The Blue Line is your best connection to and

from the Orange Line, Green Line, and North Station, (North Shore and

Points North commuter rail). Be careful about the Charlie

Card in Boston. The MBTA is switching over from a TOKEN system to a

card system and it's not completely foolproof, be sure to get a Charlie

Card for a few rides, but pay with tokens at the Backbay-Green line

locations. The Charlie Card only covers 1/3 of the subways in Boston.
joelennon says:
Alternatively, hop on the Silver Line, which will take you to South Station, where you can get the red line to Park Street or Downtown Crossing, where you can hop on the Green and Orange lines, respectively! If you're used to metro systems, the T is about the easiest one I've ever used in the world, it's very straightforward!
Posted on: Apr 03, 2007
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