Getting to and from Providence
There are several options available to travel to and from Providence, including flights, trains, and buses.
- T. F. Green Airport (IATA: PVD) handles domestic flights into Rhode Island, and is located in Warwick, Rhode Island - only 10 minutes from downtown Providence. The aiport's InterLink Hub collects rental cars, local commuter rail service, and buses into one convenient location for travellers. The airport is only one stop away from downtown Providence using the local MBTA commuter rail service, costing $3.25 one-way. Rental cars and buses are also available at the InterLink Hub.
- Boston Logan International Airport (IATA: BOS) handles domestic and international flights and features nonstop air service from more than 100 worldwide destinations. Located less than 50 miles from Providence, the airport offers bus pickup service within steps of all five of its airport terminals via Peter Pan's ten daily departures to downtown Providence. MBTA service to Providence is also available from Boston Logan.
- Providence Station provides rail access via Amtrak regional and Acela Express from New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Boston to downtown Providence. Providence is serviced by the Acela Express and Northeast Regional lines, as well as by MBTA commuter rail service.
- Bus service to and from Providence, Rhode Island, is available from most large cities in the Northeast region.