Transportation costs from an airport are a surefire way to eat into your travel budget, but for people visiting Boston this summer, they can cash in on a new free-ride program.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has waived the standard fee from Boston's Logan International Airport on its fleet of green Silver Line buses. These buses meet up with the easy-to-navigate T train system at the South Station in downtown Boston, putting locals and visitors in the center of the city. And the cost to transfer onto the T also is waived with this program.
To take this route in a taxi, it would cost at least $20.