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The Financial District Transportation Guide Boston
Boston's Financial District

Transportation Options to Navigate the Financial District

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State Street Station

State Street Station

Head to the Old State House to access a number of public transportation options:

Train:
Blue Line & Orange Line

Bus:
92, 93, 352, 354, 355 bus lines

Accessibility: 
State Street is accessible. It has a ramp, elevator, TTY phone, and an up escalator. 

Parking:
There is no parking here

Hours: 
Monday - Saturday: 5am - 1am
Sunday: 6am - 1am

Address:
200 Washington St & 1 State Street, Boston, MA 02109

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Aquarium Station Financial District Boston

Aquarium Station

Head down State Street to the Waterfront to access a number of public transportation options:

Train: 
Blue Line

Ferry service:
Quincy, Hull, Logan Airport, Charlestown

Bus: 
#6 bus line

Accessibility: 
Aquarium is accessible. It has an elevator, TTY phone, and an up escalator.

Parking: 
There is no parking here

Hours: 
Monday - Saturday: 5:30am - 1:20am
Sunday: 6am - 1am

Address:
183 State St, Boston, MA 02110

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South Station Boston

South Station

Head down Atlantic Ave to cut over to South Station, one of the main transport hubs in Boston:

Train: 
Red Line

Commuter Rail: 
Greenbush Line, Providence/Stoughton Line, Franklin Line Fairmount Line, Kingston/Plymouth Line, Needham Line, Framingham/Worcester Line, Middleborough/Lakeville Line

Amtrak:
Acela Express, Lake Shore Limited, Northeast Regional

Bus/Silver Line: 
SL1, SL2, 7, 11

Accessibility: 
South Station is accessible. It has an elevator, TTY phone, and an up escalator.

Parking: 
226 parking spots by Propark: Find out more

Hours: 
Monday - Saturday: 5:30am - 12:43am

Address:
700 Atlantic Ave #2, Boston, MA 02110

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Park Street Station Boston

Park Street Station

Pop up to the Boston Common to get to Park Street Station, an intersection point for most train lines:  

Train: 
Red Line, Green line, underground tunnel to Orange line

Bus:
#43, #55

Accessibility: 
Park Street is accessible. It has a mobile lift, elevator, TTY phone, and up escalator. 

Parking: 
There is no parking at this station. 

Hours: 
Monday - Sunday: 5:26am - 1:10am

Address:
Tremont St & Park Street & Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108

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The Garage at Post Office Square Boston Financial District

The Garage at Post Office Square

Located under the Norman B. Leventhal Park, this full-service parking facility is convenient with efficient cashier services and spacious well-lit parking levels.

Hours:
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days of the year. Each new day of business begins at 5:00 AM.

Rates: 
Averaging $40 a day, you can learn more about daily, monthly, nightly, discount, and special bulk rates.

Amenities:
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Professional Car Care Service, Bush Cleaners Xpress Drop Box, Sip Café, Vehicle Assistance, Audio-Book Library, Umbrellas-to-Loan, Bank of America ATM, Zipcar, WiFi 

Address:
0 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02110
617-423-1430

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33 Arch Street Boston

33 Arch Street Parking Garage

33 Arch Street’s public garage offers 815 spaces with daily and monthly parking rates. The building is managed by CBRE but the garage is managed by LAZ Parking and is regularly patrolled by Northeast Security. 

Hours:
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days of the year. Each new day of business begins at 5:00 AM.

Rates: 
Max daily rate is $42 and the monthly rate is $475 for non-tenants of the office building. It is a “Pay-on-Foot” facility with pay stations in the main lobby and garage.

Amenities:
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Fooda, Zipcar, and Marshalls

Address:
33 Arch St, Boston, MA 02101
(617) 204-9268

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