Travel

Planes. Trains. Automobiles. TARDIS. Broom. How to get here and around during the weekend.

  • Planes

    It takes under 30 minutes to drive from Boston's Logan Airport to MIT. We will have complimentary shuttles leaving Terminal C at Logan every 30 minutes from 8 AM until 9 PM on April 12. Once you land, just make your way to Terminal C and look for lots of excited people wearing MIT shirts. We'll have a return shuttle on April 15 until noon. If you are arriving outside of shuttle hours, you can take a taxi or public transportation. 

  • Public Transportation

    Most people get to MIT by train, bus and subway on a daily basis. South Station is the main hub where regional Amtrak, major buslines and Massachusetts Commuter Rail service arrive. From South Station, MIT is just a 20-minute ride on the T (Boston's Subway System), and you'll arrive in Kendall Square, the heart of Cambridge's innovation district and MIT's Campus. Kendall Square is serviced by the Red Line.

  • Automobiles

    If you are coming from nearby, we recommend either getting dropped off on campus, or if you come with your parents, just have them leave their car at their hotel, or at a nearby Red Line T Stop. Parking around campus can be as hard as getting into MIT sometimes. If you do plan on parking, we have a few recommendations near campus, as well as some other options on our Parking Map.

  • Getting Around @ MIT

    You should plan on walking a lot while you are here for CPW, but MIT has four shuttle systems to help you get around campus and surrounding areas if you prefer. The Tech Shuttle travels around campus, the Boston Daytime Shuttle will get you across the river into Boston and many of MIT's Fraternities, Sororities and Independent Living Groups, and Saferide operates several routes from 6 PM until 3:30 AM.

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