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Logan InterantionalAirport
One of the busiest airports on the east coast served by over 55 airlines including 8 major domestic carriers, 10 international carriers and 13 regional and commuter airlines.
The Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority (MBTA)
operates Boston’s subway system (called the ‘T’), plus commuter rail and bus services throughout the city and suburbs. It also manages a ferry service. You can transfer easily between surface and underground transportation.
(617) 222 5215 or (617) 222 3200 (recorded information). Fax: (617) 222 3340.
Travel passes available: the MBTA Visitors’ Passport is aimed specifically at tourists and allows unlimited use of all subway lines. $5. for one day, $9. for three consecutive days and $18. for seven consecutive days.
Amtrak: 800 USA-RAIL (371-5465).

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