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  • Amtrak trains

    All aboard for fun! From finding an Amtrak station in Massachusetts to planning and booking your trip, everything you need is here. Find out about hotels, rental cars, walking tours, travel insurance, and more.
  • Bicycling

    Riding your bike around Massachusetts. This includes information on bicycle and motorcycle safety, bike paths and trails, mountain biking and more.
  • Boston's Logan Airport, Massport

    Find tips on getting to and from Logan Airport via car and public transportation; learn how to get up-to-the-minute tunnel and Mass Pike traffic reports; get the scoop on parking rates, conditions, prepaid passports, passenger pickup, and hybrid parking benefits; and get real-time flight arrival information.
  • Maps

    The street network in Boston can be a bit confusing, and simple trips like driving around a corner can require a convoluted route. Don't worry. Here you'll find city, state, and regional maps, maps, and more maps to help you navigate everything from streets to hospital systems!
  • Parking, driving, and traffic

    Wondering how much time you'll need to leave yourself to get to and from the airport? Or how the traffic, weather, construction, accidents, or other events might affect your trip? Get the scoop on traffic, tolls, parking, and more.
  • Public transportation

    The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) serves communities across New England. Here you'll find everything you need to know to get around Boston and surrounding suburbs by commuter rail, bus, the MBTA subway system, or boat. Learn about safety, bike and pet rules — even alternative transportation available to those who can't use public transportation.
  • Regional airports

    If your business travel takes you along the Massachusetts interstate 128/95 and 495 high-tech corridors, be sure to check out the convenience of flying out of Hanscom Field or Worcester Regional Airport.
  • Port of Boston

    The Port of Boston is the oldest continually active port in the Western Hemisphere, and New England’s maritime hub. Learn more about New England’s connection to the world for nearly 400 years.
  • Service plazas and tourist information centers

    The Massachusetts Department of Transportation provides Travel Service Plazas and Tourist Information Centers along the major highways in the Commonwealth. These facilities offer drivers a location to fill their vehicles up with gas, eat, get a cup of coffee or learn what an area has to offer. All travel plazas have restrooms. MassDOT also oversees a number of rest areas located on major routes to safely pull off the road for a pit stop or a driving break. Find fuel, food, tourist information, and restrooms at Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Travel Service Plazas and Tourist Information Centers.
  • Transportation options

    Accessible by car, bus, rail, boat, and air, Massachusetts has an array of travel options available to you.
  • Travel tips and weather

    As with any large state, there's a lot to know about Massachusetts. We've got the basics for you here: driving safety, sales, hotel, and meal taxes, and applicable state laws.