Boston Public Transportation

Updated on September 25th, 2023

Berklee is conveniently located in the heart of Boston and is accessible from all of the city's major highways and via air, train, bus, and car. For help planning your trip to Boston and Berklee, please visit

By Air

Boston is served by Logan International Airport.

Back Bay Logan Express offers direct round-trip shuttle service from Hynes Convention Center and Copley Square to Logan Airport every 30 minutes.

By Train

The MBTA, known colloquially as the T, Boston’s rapid transit train and subway system serves the Greater Boston area via a series of branch lines called the Blue, Orange, Red, Silver, and Green lines, the last of which stops closest to Berklee (at the Hynes Convention Center stop, with entrances at 100 Massachusetts Avenue and 360 Newbury Street).

For maps, schedules, and cost information, go to

Additional Information

Berklee does not offer shuttle service from the airport or from hotels.

Ride share services, such as Uber, Lyft, and others, are active in the Boston area and surrounding regions. You must be at least 18 years of age or older to download these apps and order a ride. There are several cab companies as well, such as Boston Cab, Metro Cab, and others. Please note that these are being listed for referential purposes only, and that Berklee does not endorse nor guarantee any services offered by these companies.

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