Boston is easily accessible via air, bus, rail and road.
Air: Boston is served principally by Logan International Airport, one of the top twenty airports in the United States by passenger volume and with nonstop service to over 70 domestic locations. Transportation from the airport to the city center is possible through public transportation via the MBTA system, or is a short taxi or shuttle ride. Boston is additionally served by additional flights running through the Manchester-Boston International Airport (located one hour away in Manchester, NH with shuttles to Boston) and T.F. Green Airport (located one hour away in Providence, RI with shuttles to Boston).
Bus/Rail: Boston is easily accessible by Amtrak, Greyhound and Peter Pan, all of which use the South Station Terminal. Public transportation via the MBTA is available at South Station.
Road: Boston is easily accessible by highways I-90, I-93 and I-95, for those travelling by car.
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