Transportation To and Within Boston

The Hynes is conveniently located just minutes away from Boston’s major highways and is easily accessible from Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) and many public transit routes. Whether it is by train, bus or car, getting to and from the Hynes couldn’t be easier!

There are several Amtrak and Commuter Rail trains that you can take into Boston. Trains offer an opportunity for slow travel: take in the spectacular views, read a book, and arrive in Boston refreshed and ready to explore! Multiple bus carriers serve the South Station Bus Terminal.

Metro-Boston’s public bike share system is called Bluebikes.

The subway is the largest part of Boston’s public transit system. It is often referred to simply as the “T” (the “T” from MBTA – the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority).

If you’re brave enough to face Boston traffic, we admire your courage. Within a three-block walk of the Hynes Convention Center are numerous parking garages totaling over 4,400 spaces. There is limited meter parking available around the Hynes and adjacent streets. We recommend that you review parking options before heading into the city.

Approximate driving times:
– Worcester, MA = 1 hour
– Providence, RI = 1 hour
– Manchester, NH = 1 hour
– Hartford, CT = 1.5 hour
– Portland, ME = 2 hours
– Burlington, VT = 3 hours
– New York, NY = 4 hours
– Bangor, ME = 4.5 hours
– Montreal, QC = 5 hours
– Baltimore, MD = 7 hours
– Washington, DC = 7.5 hours
– Toronto, ON = 9 hours