BOSTON (CBS) – If you’re traveling from Logan Airport this week, it may be a good idea to take public transportation.
The Massachusetts Port Authority is advising travelers that parking at Logan will be scarce as business travel peaks the week before Thanksgiving.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Doug Cope reports
Massport says supply will be critically low through Nov. 15, but will rebound during the week of Thanksgiving as families travel for the holiday.
“Please consider leaving your car at home during this busy travel period,’’ said Director of Aviation Edward Freni. “No one wants to miss a flight because they could not park and travelers who have the option of using public transportation or Logan Express should take advantage of those options.”
Massport is encouraging travelers to consider the MBTA’s Blue Line or Silver Line service. The Silver Line from Logan to the Seaport District and South Station is free.
For suburban travelers, Massport is offering reduced parking rates at its Logan Express locations in Braintree, Framingham, Peabody and Woburn.
Full-service bus terminals and parking are available at each location.
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