Boston - Getting To and Around
Traveling to the Conference
Northeastern University’s Boston Campus is easily accessible by air, road, train, and public transit.
All full-week conference attendees will be provided a 1-week T-pass when checking in at the Registration Desk!
BY PUBLIC TRANSIT:
Northeastern University has two MBTA public transit stations within a 1-minute walk of the campus:
Northeastern University stop on the Green Line
Ruggles Station on the Orange Line.
These two lines connect riders to downtown as well as western and northern neighborhoods of greater Boston.
Northeastern University is an 30-40 minute transit or taxi ride from Boston Logan International Airport.
Two free public transit options will take you from Logan Airport to downtown Boston:
MBTA Silver Line – a rapid transit bus that will pick you up curbside at the airport terminals and connects to South Station where you can transfer to the subway system
Logan Express – a shuttle that will drop you off in Back Bay, within walking distance of Northeastern
There is also a light-rail only option from Logan Airport (requires payment of fare at Airport Station):
MBTA Airport Station to Light Rail – take the Blue Line from Airport Station and switch to the Orange Line at State Street to arrive at Ruggles Station
Bus services also connect Boston to Manchester Regional Airport (New Hampshire) and Providence T.F. Green Airport (Rhode Island) for travelers who may have an easier connection via these airports.