REALTORS® Conference & Expo November 2-5, 2018 - Boston, MA

Taxis

Taxi service is available throughout the city. From Boston Logan Airport to most hotels in Boston and Cambridge, current fares are approximately $25.00-$35.00, one way.

Use this helpful Taxi Fare Finder tool to estimate the cost of your taxi ride.

Uber/Lyft

You may use Uber or Lyft throughout the city of Boston, including to pick you up/drop you off at Boston Logan Airport. Drivers will pick up in the AppRide/TNC pickup areas. Download pick up maps for Terminal A, Terminal B, Terminal C and Terminal E.

Rides from Boston Logan Airport to the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) via Uber start at around $19.00 and $17.00 via Lyft.

Logan Express to Back Bay Bus

Logan Express stops at all Boston Logan Airport terminals. Bus route time is approximately 20 minutes. Be sure to allow extra time during rush hour periods.

Logan Express Route Stops

To Airport (5:00am–9:00pm)

  • Hynes Convention Center, 900 Boylston Street (opposite Gloucester Street)
  • Copley T Station, 650 Boylston Street (near Boston Public Library)
  • Terminal A, B, C, E (Departures Level drop-off)

From Airport (6:00am–10:00pm)

  • Terminal A, B, C, E (Arrivals Level pick-up at Logan Express stops)
  • Copley Square, St. James Avenue
  • Hynes Convention Center

The “T”

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. Download a “T” map.

To ride the “T”, you need to purchase a CharlieCard or CharlieTicket. These can be purchased at every subway station, 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. The “T’s” Day/Week LinkPass gives visitors unlimited travel on subway, local bus, inner harbor ferry and Commuter Rail Zone 1A for one day ($12.00) or seven days ($21.25).

For specific information on routes and schedules, call the MBTA at 617-222-3200 or visit www.mbta.com.

Commuter Rail

Operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Boston’s Commuter Rail services the outlying Boston suburbs. Service is available from several “T” stations, but most departures take place at South Station, North Station or Back Bay Station.

For more information, call the MBTA at 617-722-3200 or visit www.mbta.com.

Bus

Service is widely available throughout Massachusetts. All intercity/interstate buses depart from South Station. Ticket counters are located on the third level of the Transportation Center.

For more information, call the South Station Bus Terminal at 617-737-8040.