The Logan Modernization Program is now 80% complete, with nearly every terminal and roadway at Logan either under construction or completed. The "New and Improved" Logan is emerging, with overhead walkways opened and connected to all terminals from the Central Garage; a new Terminal E now visible from the outbound roadway and opening early next year, and the demolition and reconstruction of Terminal A is underway.
The latest Logan Modernization milestone is the opening of the upper level/departure roadway system on August 3, 2002. Logan's roadways are now clearly separated as either arrival (lower level) or departure (upper level) roadways. This two-tiered system will simplify the driving experience through Logan and provide access to more lanes.
Some of the new roadway changes:
A new section of the departure level roadway will open on the outbound road.
The exit from the Central Garage will be relocated. Look for signs directing you to the next exit to the outbound roadway. The Ted Williams Tunnel will now be accessible via the outbound roadway for patrons exiting the garage.
The exit road from Terminal E to the outbound road will shift. Signs will direct you to the new exit road.
Patrons exiting the Hilton will turn right to head north/Sumner Tunnel and turn left to head south to Ted Williams Tunnel via Harborside Drive.
The upper level roadway in front of Terminal C will shift slightly --- closer to the Terminal entrance.
The Satellite Parking Lot at Logan will be renamed Economy Parking to reflect the discounted rates available. New roadway signs will reflect the name change.
The Ted Williams Tunnel is open to the public weekdays 10:00 pm - 5:00 am and on weekends from 10:00 pm on Friday until 5:00 am Monday morning.
The best way to navigate these changes is to know your terminal letter (B, C, D or E) before driving to Logan and whether you would like to head directly to the parking garages or the departures (upper) level or arrivals (lower) level of your terminal. Drive carefully and let the new signs guide you.