Accessibility – Springfield, MA is easy to get to – and easy to get around!
Planes: The region has two major airports including traveler-friendly Bradley International Airport (BDL), which is served by all major airlines and is just 20 minutes south of Springfield. You’ll also find regularly scheduled rail service, daily bus service throughout the region and beyond, car rental and limousine services and other transportation options. If you are travelling from cities in North America, this is your best airport choice.
Alternate airport choices: Logan International Airport (BOS) in Boston, MA is 92 miles from Springfield. Trains, bus service, shuttles are available from Boston to Springfield
Trains: For those attendees coming from Boston, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the train is a great option. Amtrak currently provides direct service from all cities in the Northeast Corridor. Frequent daily train service to Springfield from Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City, New Haven, CT and many other cities throughout the Northeast. Many discounts are available; AAA, groups, veterans, students, etc. Call 800-USA-RAIL for qualifications and availability. More information is available at www.amtrak.com