Getting to Cambridge


Boston’s Logan International Airport is located a few miles from Cambridge, and is easily accessible by car or subway (take the Silver Line from any airport terminal to South Station, then switch to the Red Line to get to Cambridge – travel time is about 30-40 minutes).

Logan Airport


Amtrak provides rail service into Boston. From cities west and south, trains arrive at Boston’s South Station. From South Station, get to Cambridge on the subway’s Red Line or in a taxi. From cities north of Boston, trains arrive at North Station, which also offers a taxi stand as well as a connection to the subway’s Green Line. 


The MBTA’s commuter rail connects cities throughout the Metro Boston area with Cambridge and Boston. 

Commuter Rail


Many companies offer bus service into Boston’s South Station (get to Cambridge from South Station by switching to the subway’s Red Line, or taking a taxi). 

Bolt Bus Concord Coach Lines Greyhound Megabus Peter Pan Bus Lines Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co. GOGO Charters National Charter Bus

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