Travel


Worcester, Massachusetts is located 38 miles (61 km) west of Boston and 43 miles (69 km) north-west of Providence, Rhode Island. 

By Car
The city can be reached from the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) via MA-146 or I-290, which runs right through the center of the city. 

By Train
Worcester is serviced by AMTRAK train service.

Worcester is also accessible from Boston via MBTA commuter rail, which offers several daily runs between the cities.

By Airplane
Conference attendees who are flying to New England should check flights into the following airports that service the region:
Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS)
Providence's T.F. Green Airport (PVD)
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) (Manchester, New Hampshire)
Bradley International Airport (BDL) (Hartford, Connecticut)

Flying from Florida?
Conference attendees who are flying specifically from Orlando or Fort Lauderdale, Florida may be able to fly direct to Worcester Regional Airport (ORH) on JetBlue. 
Check the JetBlue website with specific travel dates to confirm.

*Please be advised* You will need to arrange your ground transportation prior to your airport arrival.

Note: Uber and taxis are available once you're in Worcester, but are not economical options from the airports (except Worcester Regional Airport).

Airport to Worcester Ground Transportation
The following airport shuttle services provide transportation from these airports to Worcester:
        (on their site, choose "Holy Cross - Hogan Center" under "College or University" as your drop-off/pick-up location)
        (on their site, choose "Holy Cross (Worcester)" under "School/University" as your drop-off/pick-up location)

More Info
Follow the link for detailed travel information to Worcester and to the campus of the College of the Holy Cross.