“We’re grateful to the Seaport TMA for making this a vibrant and accessible neighborhood.”

Rethink Robotics, Inc.

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Seaport TMA partnered with A Better City TMA for #WTMBoston

Both organizations promoted the use of water transportation to and from downtown Boston and the Seaport through a Water Transit Awareness month during August.

Commuter Survey:

The Seaport TMA has been working closely with the MCCA, MADOT and other key stakeholders on the implementation of the South Boston Waterfront Transportation Plan.  In particular we have been working with a subcommittee that is looking at water transportation to the area.  A key first step in creating water ferry service is to understand how commuters to the South Boston Waterfront are getting here.

In order to gather this knowledge the Seaport TMA put together a survey that we distributed to our member companies’ employees and on our website during the end of August.

Photo Contest:

Photos were submitted with #WTMBoston on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook to win prizes from our various sponsors.

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What Water Transit options are available to me?

Water Taxi

Boston Harbor Cruises offers a Water Taxi service year round!  To hail a water taxi, call 617-277-4320 and ask them to pick you up at one of the designated stops.

Cultural Connector

The Cultural Connector cruise boat is available between May 30th and September 5th.  It links the Central Wharf, Fan Pier and Fort Point Channel, Boston.  For a single ride, the Cultural Connector is $5, or for a day pass, $15.  To learn more, visit their website.

Ferries

Hingham/Hull Ferry:  If you’re coming from Hingham area on the South Shore, check out the commuter ferry that drops off at Rowes Wharf and Long Wharf.  For travel from Downtown Boston to Hingham/Hull, a one-way ticket costs $9.25 and a monthly pass costs $308.  You may use a Charlie Card/Ticket for this fare.

Inner Harbor Ferry:  Travel to Charlestown Navy Yard for $3.50 one-way, or $84.50 unlimited monthly rides.

Click here for more information on Boston Harbor Ferries run in partnership with the MBTA.

Salem Ferry:  Commuter 10 day pass is $72, and round trip costs $16.  For more information and fare discounts, visit the Salem Ferry BHC website.

Quincy ‘Marina Bay’ Ferry:  Trial program of ferry from  Squantum Point Park, Quincy to Rowes Wharf, Downtown Boston started August 1st and will run through the end of October.  One-way passes are $8.50, and a 40 day commuter package ticket is $290.  Click here to secure a spot on the ferry, or purchase on board.  Marina Bay Ferry Schedule

Airport Travel

Water Taxis are available from different spots on the harbor, including to South Boston Waterfront – view map to see which spot is most convenient for you.

Cross Harbor Ferry is $9.25 for a one-way ticket leaving from Long Wharf, Downtown Boston.

 

Please email info@seaporttma.org with any questions you have about #WTMBoston