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Logan airport to Marriott Copley Place - Cab/T/Bus

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Logan airport to Marriott Copley Place - Cab/T/Bus

Hi, what is the cab fare from Logan airport to Mariott Copley Place in Backbay?

Alternatively, pl advise T/Bus/shuttle options. I believe there is a free shuttle from the airport to one of the metro stations.

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1. Re: Logan airport to Marriott Copley Place - Cab/T/Bus

There is a free shuttle bus to the subway's blue line station at the airport. You could take that and from there take the blue line "inbound" (towards Bowdoin) three stops to State St Station then switch to the orange line towards Forest Hills and take it to Back Bay Station

Another option is to get the silver line bus at your terminal (you pay $2 for this); take it to South Station and get any commuter rail train on stop to Back Bay Station. Traditionally there's been no charge for this one-stop ride, but I don't know if that will change given the T's rough financial situation right now. If you plan to get a week-long pass, this is considered Zone 1A and included as part of the unlimitted pass.

I taxi would run about $35 - $40 depending on traffic

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2. Re: Logan airport to Marriott Copley Place - Cab/T/Bus

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3. Re: Logan airport to Marriott Copley Place - Cab/T/Bus

The problem with the Silver Line to commuter rail option is that the commuter rail does not run constantly like the subway. It is on a schedule, so you might end up waiting a long time for the train. If you take the Silver Line to South Station another option is to take the Red Line to Park and switch to the Green and get off at Copley or Prudential. A lot of switching which may not be fun with luggage.

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4. Re: Logan airport to Marriott Copley Place - Cab/T/Bus

The above messages give good advice. I just wanted to add that the commuter rail trip between South Sta. and Back Bay Sta. is free in both directions but there is infrequent service outside of rush hours. It doesn't really matter because all subway transfers are free and if you buy a pass, it will be valid for the SSta. - BBySta. trip.

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5. Re: Logan airport to Marriott Copley Place - Cab/T/Bus

Technically, the trip outbound from South Station to Back Bay is NOT free, but the conductor's rarely, if ever, collect a fare during that portion.

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