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If traveling by commuter rail or Amtrak from points west or south of Boston, you should disembark at South Station, which is only a three-minute drive, 15-minute walk or two-stop public transit "T" ride to the BCEC.
If traveling by commuter rail or Amtrak from points north of Boston, you should disembark at North Station. From there, take the Orange Line inbound to Downtown Crossing. Switch to the Red Line (towards Ashmont/Braintree) and take one stop to South Station, which is only a three-minute drive, 15-minute walk or two-stop public transit "T" ride to the BCEC.
The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center is located on the MBTA "Silver Line" and will introduce passengers to the most technologically sophisticated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service available today. Traveling through exclusive BRT express lanes and underground tunnels, the rapid transit bus takes you directly from Logan International Airport or South Station Red Lines stop to the World Trade Center Silver Line "T" stop, just steps from the BCEC. From the World Trade Center "T" stop, follow the signs above ground and towards the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. See "Boston Transportation" for information on Logan International Airport, high speed rail service, bus service, taxi and limo service, and public transportation via the MBTA.
All trains come into the South Station so attendees may walk to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC) in south Boston, waterfront area and from there, or take the Silver line. If you are staying at a hotel in the Back Bay, get off at the Back Bay station, one stop before. The exception is the Downeaster which services Maine and comes into North Station. If arriving through North Station, take a cab, or the Orange line, to the Red line, to the Silver line to get over to the BCEC.