Logan International Airport, Boston’s primary air travel hub, is only 4 stops on the MBTA (Boston’s train system) from our downtown campus.
This easy accessibility to the airport is great for students traveling around the country and the world!
North Station is a bustling train station for students and commuters alike traveling into Boston.
TD Bank Garden shares this hub and is home to the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics.
Many students have access to discounted tickets to enjoy watching the games hosted at TD Garden.
Arena concerts are also hosted here for musicians of all genres.
South Station is the rail and bus transportation hub of Boston.
It is located across from Dewey Square on the Rose Kennedy Greenway and is easily accessible from campus.
Most commonly known as the 'T' - Boston's transit system is not only one of the largest public transit systems in the country, it is also one of the oldest!
The Massachusetts Bay Transpiration Authority (MBTA) has provided access by railways to Portland, Maine and Western Massachusetts since 1833.
The very first streetcar was a way for commuters to come into the city from Cambridge in 1853.
Then, in 1898 Park Street Station opened as the first rapid transit tunnel and still remains one of the busiest stations connecting the Red and Green lines.