Health Journalism 2013: Transportation
Seaport Boston is about three miles from Logan Airport. The hotel can be easily accessed by taxi, water taxi and public transportation.
Driving directions are available on the hotel website.
Take the Silver Line 1 bus (southbound) from your terminal to the World Trade Center stop located across from the hotel. Estimated travel time is 15 minutes and costs $2.50 one-way. Get more information on Boston's public transportation system.
Seaport Boston is about three miles from Logan Airport, the cost is $25 and normally takes 10–15 minutes.
Take Massport's free water transportation buses (route #66) to the port. They arrive at each terminal every 8-12 minutes. The stop for drop off is at the Seaport World Trade Center, directly across the street from the Seaport Hotel. The water shuttle is $10 one-way and $17 round trip. This is a personalized water taxi service - call 1-617-406- 8584 to reserve a boat.
Take the free water transportation buses (route #66) from your terminal to get to the City Water taxi stand. You will take the water taxi to stop #5 (World Trade Center). The cost is $10 one-way and $17 for a round trip. This is a personalized water taxi service - call 1-617-422-0392 to reserve a boat.
There are three train stops in Boston: South Station, North Station and Back Bay. The best option for attendees arriving on the train would be to arrive at SOUTH STATION. From there, take the Silver Line to World Trade Center Station. It is the second stop on bus SL1 or SL2. The Silver Line costs $2.50.