Boston offers a variety of transportation modes for residents and visitors alike to navigate in and around the City.
The most convenient way to get around Boston is using the Metrorail system, or “T,” which operates from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. on weekdays and from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. on weekends. Subway stops are color coded: Red Line, Green Line, Blue Line, Orange Line or Silver Line. A single journey will cost between $2.40 to $2.90 for a one-way trip. A 1-Day Pass can be purchased for $12.75 and a 7-Day Pass can be purchased for $22.50 which allows for transport on the subway, local bus, Silver line, Commuter Rail Zone 1A and the Charlestown Ferry.
The nearest T stations to the Hynes Convention Center are Copley, Prudential Center and the Hynes Convention Center on the Green Line and Back Bay on the Orange Line.
To help plan your trip you can view a map and schedules here: https://www.mbta.com.
Taxi service is plentiful and economical in Boston, with more than 3,000 taxis serving the city. Taxis use a metered system, the meter starts at $2.60 and is $ $0.40 for every 1/7 mile thereafter. Passengers pas $2.75 toll for all trips from Boston proper to Logan International Airport.
Lyft, Uber and Safr are available in Boston.
Boston's Harbor helps connect residents and visitors to neighborhoods such as Charlestown and East Boston via water taxis. The Harbor is always buzzing with a variety of sea-faring vessels ferrying passengers to and from locations along the water. It is a great way to see the city skyline and some of Boston's famous buildings. A single journey will cost between $3.70 to $9.75 for a one-way trip depending on your route. Click here to view the ferry route map.