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Did you know you can take the T to some of these popular destinations in the Greater Boston area?

Passengers board a Blue Line Train at Airport Station

If your flight just landed in Boston or you’re on your way out of town, the T offers simple connections to and from Logan International Airport.

Getting to and from Downtown Boston

The SL1 bus picks up and drops off at every Logan Airport terminal, with connections to the Red Line and Commuter Rail at South Station in downtown Boston.

Service from Logan Airport is always free.

If you're headed to Logan Airport, transfers from the Red Line to the SL1 are also free.

The SL1 bus is accessible to people with disabilities.

Connect to the Blue Line at Airport Station via the free Massport Shuttle, which picks up and drops off at every terminal at Logan Airport.

You can transfer to the Green Line at Government Center station and the Orange Line at State Street station in downtown Boston.

Both the shuttle and the Airport Blue Line station are accessible to people with disabilities.

The free Massport Shuttle picks up and drops off at every terminal at Logan Airport.

You can board the ferry at the Logan Airport dock to Boston, Hingham, or Hull.

Commuter ferries to Boston and Hingham operate 7 days a week, and ferries to Hull operate weekdays only.

All ferries are accessible to people with disabilities.

Getting to and from Providence

The Silver Line SL1 bus offers connections to the Commuter Rail at South Station. The Providence/Stoughton Commuter Rail line offers direct connections to TF Green Airport and Providence Station.

Paying Your Fare

The Massport Shuttle is always free, and the Silver Line is free from Logan Airport.

You'll need to buy a ticket or pass to make a connection to the bus, train, or ferry.

CharlieTickets are valid for travel on the subway and local bus routes. You can buy them at fare vending machines in the terminals at Logan Airport, at Airport Station, and at South Station.

You can buy Commuter Rail tickets at the ticket booths located in South Station, or with the mTicket app.

You can buy tickets for the ferry at fare vending machines, on the mTicket app, or with cash on board.

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