字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hipfig Travel Channel offers travel video guides for more than 20 cities in Asia, US and Canada. If you like our travel videos subscribe to this channel to see more! Welcome everyone to hipfig video guide series on Boston. In this video we'll be discussing the most convenient and economical way to get from (Boston's) Logan International Airport to your hotel using buses and subway or T as it is known here in Boston. Keep watching for tips to make your trip to Boston easier Boston Logan International airport is about 15 minutes by subway or T from downtown Boston. Logan airport has 4 passenger terminals A,B,C, and E. Each with its own ticketing, baggage claim, and ground transportation facilities. Once you disembark the plane at Logan Airport domestic passengers and passengers from Canada who have gone through US Immigration and Customs in Canada through Preclearance can go directly to baggage claim. Other international passengers should follow the signs to passport control and immigration Once you're clear immigration all international passengers need to pick up their bags and clear customs. If Boston is not your final destination, after clearing customs you'll have to drop your bags at the transfer belt for your next flight. If Boston is your final destination follow the signs to ground transportation There are many choices for transportation into downtown Boston by rent-a-car, private shuttles, T( subway) taxi, or bus. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, MBTA, offers the Free Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit service from the airport to downtown Boston. The Silver Line bus, route SL1, is the most convenient option and your best connection to and from the airport with pick up directly in front of each of Logan's terminals. There are no shuttle transfers and room to store your luggage (on the buses). At the arrival level follow the Bus signs. Look for the MBTA Silver Line bus stop sign just right outside the terminal. Take the Silver Line bus SL1 to South Station in Boston. Take the MBTA Silver Line bus SL1 route to South Station in Boston. If South Station is not near your hotel make sure to take the free transfer to the subway often called the T for the red line from your bus driver before you exit (bus) You can get on the Red T lineI for free with the transfer but if you have to transfer to another line you will have to buy a T ticket. Exit at your hotel stop or you can also take a cab from South Station Another option is the free Massport shuttle to Airport Subway Station. From Airport Station, you can catch the Blue Line (T) inbound to downtown Boston. You can take the free Massport shuttle outside each terminal and look for the airport shuttle signs. Look for the Blue Bus Look for the signs that say "Blue Line T" and numbers "22, 33, or 55" The Massport shuttle will drop you off in front of the Blue Line T Airport Station Once in Airport Station purchase your tickets at the vending ticketing machine on the side of the entrance hall. Ticketing machines accept cash, credit cards, or both. Purchase a Charliecard and load an amount onto it the Charliecard works for all forms of MBTA public transportation in Boston Once you purchase your ticket, tap your card through the entrance and walk to the Blue Line train track platform. Make sure you are going inbound toward Bowdoin. Exit the train at your hotel stop, or transfer to another T-line. Another option is the Back Bay Logan Express Bus. The Express Bus stops at all terminals for downtown Boston. It stops at Copley Square, St. James Avenue and Hynes Convention Center Please go to the hipfig website for Boston for links to MBTA maps and schedules and more transportation options for Ferries, Express Bus Service, Taxis, and shared rides. Happy Travels! Go to hipfig.com for more information or go to our hipfig travel channel on YouTube and be sure to subscribe for regular updates.