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Getting to Worcester

The City of Worcester is centrally located in the heart of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts – easily accessible by car, train, bus or plane!

By Car

From the Mass Pike (I-90)

From the West: Take Exit 10, Auburn, follow Interstate 290 East
OR
From the East: Take Exit 10A, Millbury/Worcester, follow Route 146 North

From Route 495

Take Exit 25, follow Interstate 290 West

From Interstate 290

Exits 10-21 will bring you to various locales within the City

By Train

Commuter Rail

Historic Union Station, located within the heart of downtown Worcester at 2 Washington Square, presently offers sixteen daily roundtrip MBTA commuter rail trains between Worcester and Boston’s Back Bay and South Stations.

Amtrak

Additionally, Amtrak has a ticket office located within Union Station, featuring daily service to Boston, Chicago, New York and points south.

By Bus

The Worcester Bus Terminal, located at Union Station, 2 Washington Square, features bus service by both Greyhound Bus Lines and Peter Pan Trailways.

Additionally, local bus transportation is provided throughout Worcester and 37 surrounding communities by the Worcester Regional Transit Authority. This includes direct service between Union Station, downtown and major attractions throughout the City.

By Plane

Located just a stone’s throw from downtown, Worcester Regional Airport offers a convenient alternative for air travelers throughout Central Massachusetts. The airport is owned and operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority.

Worcester lands JetBlue

JetBlue is now flying out of the Worcester Airport! Service began on November 7, 2013, with daily service to Orlando, FL and Fort Lauderdale, FL. Click here for more information.