Massachusetts is well served by airlines
and trains to Boston, and buses to the North
Cod, the Pioneer
Valley of central Massachusetts, and the
Hills in the west.
Ferryboat services connect
Boston with suburbs and Provincetown on Cape
Cod, and other ferries travel between Cape
Cod and the islands of
Nantucket and Martha's
right near the city center. More...
International Airport is
by far the most important airport in
Massachusetts, but other airports serve
the state as well. More...
hub for intercity bus routes throughout
New England, and so is Springfield MA. More...
a list of all the cities and towns
served by bus from Boston, and
the bus companies that serve them. More...
trains connect Boston and
other Massachusetts cities with Connecticut,
Maine, New York and Rhode Island.
Commuter Rail trains from
suburbs on eastern Massachusetts and
Rhode Island. More...
Cruise ships dock in Boston, and ferryboats connect Boston with suburbs on the shores
of Massachusetts Bay, and with Cape
Ferries from Cape
Cod run out to the islands
of Nantucket and Martha's
—by Tom Brosnahan