Transportation to and from Logan Airport
The Marriott Copley Place Hotel is connected to the MBTA's Back Bay Station through the Copley Place Mall. Back Bay Station is served by the Orange Line, local bus routes, commuter rail and Amtrak. Exit the station on the Dartmouth Street side.
Airport to Hotel - Two Options:
Curbside shuttle bus service is available at all Logan terminals
- Option A. Massport's white and blue shuttles run every 20 minutes or better and serve the Blue Line subway Airport Station. Take the Blue Line towards Bowdoin and transfer to the Orange Line at State Street. Take the Orange Line towards Forest Hills and alight at Back Bay.
- Option B. The MBTA's Silver Line BRT runs every 12 minutes or better and serves all terminals and provides a connection to South Station in Boston's financial district. At South Station, transfer to the Red Line towards Alewife to Downtown Crossing Station, transfer there to the Orange Line towards Forest Hills and alight at Back Bay.
Hotel to Airport - Two Options:
- Option A. Walk through Copley Place Mall to Back Bay Station. Take the Orange Line subway towards Oak Grove to State Street. Transfer to the Blue Line towards Orient Heights and alight at airport station. Shuttle buses serve all Logan terminals.
- Option B. Walk through Copley Place Mall to Back Bay Station. Take the Orange Line subway towards Oak Grove to Downtown Crossing Station. Transfer to the Red Line towards Braintree / Ashmont and alight at South Station. Transfer to the Silver Line BRT which serves all Logan terminals.
Amtrak trains towards New York and Chicago serve the MBTA's Back Bay station. For points north, board the Orange Line towards Oak Grove and alight at North Station.
For further transportation information:
Customer Service: 617-222-3200 / TTY 617-222-5146
Customer Service: 1-800-23-LOGAN (56426) / TTY 1-800-262-3335
- All MBTA buses are accessible.
- Since 2007, all MBTA elevators have been operational approximately 99% of the time.
- Portable bridgeplates are available at all Red, Orange and Blue Line subway stations if needed to span the gap between the platform and car floor. Contact the MBTA station personnel or train staff if you require the use of a bridgeplate.
- All customers have the right to use accessibility equipment, such as ramps, elevators, mobile lifts, and bridgeplates.
- Service animals are always welcome on MBTA vehicles and property during all hours of operation.
- For more information regarding the accessibility of our Fixed Route system please refer to the T Access Guide for Persons with Disabilities and Seniors.
- If you have any questions regarding accessibility at the T, contact our Customer Communications Department at 617-222-3200 or 617-222-5146 (TTY).
THE RIDE, the MBTA’s ADA paratransit service, is available to ADA certified out-of-area and/or out-of-state travelers visiting the area. Some documentation is required.
For complete information, including how to schedule a trip using the MBTA’s The Ride program, please visit The Ride website for more information. You may also contact the office via mail or phone at:
MBTA Office for Transportation Access
10 Park Plaza - Room 5750
Boston, MA 02116
(800) 533-6282 in-state toll free
TTY (617) 222-5415
Visitors looking to use THE RIDE services, please make advanced arrangements by calling the phone numbers listed.