BOSTON – Due to increased demand, the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) is announcing that parking will be severely limited at Boston Logan International Airport for the next two days. There may be times when motorists will be directed to park off-airport at Suffolk Downs. If travelers are sent to Suffolk Downs, they will not be charged for parking and Massport will provide a free shuttle bus system between the off-site parking and the terminals. Travelers are advised to allow themselves additional time to get to the airport.
As an alternative to driving to the airport, Massport offers convenient parking at four suburban locations with bus service to the airport. Braintree Logan Express is located at 62 Forbes Road, Braintree, opposite South Shore Plaza on Forbes Road, off Route 37 South at Routes 128/93; Framingham Logan Express is located at 55 Prime Parkway, Natick, MA; Woburn Logan Express is located at 100 Atlantic Ave, Woburn, at Exit 37C (North & South bound), off Interstate 93 at The Anderson Regional Transportation Center; and Peabody Logan Express is at 164 Newbury Street, Peabody.
For travelers heading to downtown Boston, the Back Bay Logan Express runs from the airport to the Hynes Convention Center and Copley Square. The MBTA Silver Line provides service between South Station and Logan’s terminals every 10 minutes. Outbound service from Logan Airport to the South Boston Seaport District and South Station is free.
As an added customer service, Massport also offers parking updates available via email based on dates of travel. When parking conditions change, the customer who subscribed for updates during that time period receives an email update. In addition to sharing parking conditions, the updates display "Proceed To" directions which include links to Logan's other parking facilities and overflow lots on Google Maps. Travelers interested in this service are invited to sign up by visiting:
Boston Logan, a short distance from the intersection of Route 128 and I-90 and five minutes from downtown Boston, serves as the gateway to the New England region and offers nonstop service to 76 domestic and 44 international destinations and in 2014 handled 31.6 million passengers. Boston Logan is served by two public transit lines and is the Air Line Pilot Association’s Airport of the Year for 2008 because of its commitment to safety. The airport generates $13 billion in total economic impact each year.