Over the upcoming Columbus Day holiday weekend (Oct. 5-8), Logan Airport is expecting heavy passenger volumes throughout all the terminals.
MassDOT will also address a 600 foot section of deteriorating concrete pavement from the I-93 Northbound exit of the O’Neill Tunnel to the southern joint of the Zakim Bridge. This work will require lane closures beginning at 10p.m. Friday evening until Saturday morning at 10a.m. and again Saturday evening at 10p.m. to Sunday at 10a.m. One lane of traffic will remain open to motorists at all times.
Motorists should plan ahead and anticipate delays beginning as far back at the Braintree Split, especially on Saturday morning, due to the scheduled lane restrictions. Those destined for Logan Airport should closely monitor traffic conditions, allow extra time or seek an alternate route.
Please allow extra travel time to get to the airport, and to go through the security checkpoint.
No one likes to wait in security lines, so before heading to the checkpoint, you should also take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Dos and Don’ts of security screening to help speed the process. Remember there are restrictions on liquids, gels and aerosols in carry-on bags. View TSA’s Dos and Don’ts
When in doubt, place liquids in checked baggage. Passengers can help the screening process move along more quickly by adhering to TSA requirements on liquids, gels and aerosols. Nothing more than 3.4 ounce containers, in a one-quart, clear, zip-top plastic bag. One bag is allowed per passenger.