Foley Hoag LLP
155 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA 02210 • 617-832-1000


Foley Hoag, where the Restructuring Roundtable is hosted, is moving to World Trade Center West. There are a variety of transportation options available for getting to the new location. Click on an option below for detailed instructions.

bulletFree bus shuttle (from North Station, South Station, or State Street)

The World Trade Center West is a short walk from South Station, the wharf district, and the financial district. From Atlantic Avenue, four bridges cross the Fort Point Channel to the seaport district: the Old Northern Avenue bridge (a swing bridge which permits only pedestrian and bicycle access), the Evelyn Moakley bridge on Northern Avenue, the Congress Street bridge, and the Summer Street bridge (closest to South Station). After crossing the bridge, the World Trade Center West is less than one mile to the east – at B Street between Congress and Northern Avenue (now known as “Seaport Boulevard”).

The most inviting pedestrian corridors are along Old Northern Avenue’s north side and along the south side of Summer Street, which merges with Congress Street.

Lovejoy Ferry service connects North Station with the World Trade Center marine terminal (and the United States Courthouse). Airport Water Shuttle connects World Trade Center with the Financial District and Rowes Wharf (free) and Logan Airport. City Water Taxi provides on-call service to all Inner Harbor destinations. Pick-up and drop-off for the World Trade Center is on the east (Fish Pier) dock. For on-call service, call directly by phone 422-0392 or by the on-site radio, or through the Concierge.

Many free shuttles connect World Trade Center Complex with transit hubs and the Financial District. Complimentary Boston Coach buses (with "World Trade Center" displayed as their destination) pick up and drop off on the upper plaza of the Seaport Hotel.

South Station (commuter rail, red line, intercity buses)
5-10 minute trip with continuous peak period service and frequent departures throughout the day. The stop is outside Federal Reserve Bank at the corner of Summer Street and Dorchester Avenue, where there is a sign that says Shuttles.

North Station (commuter rail, green and orange lines, ferries)
15-20 minute trip with frequent peak period service which extends well beyond rush hours. The stop is on Canal Street, across Causeway Street from FleetCenter and past the headhouse to MBTA orange and green lines.

State Street (orange and blue lines)
15-18 minute trip with frequent service throughout the day. The stop is at the intersection of Devonshire and Water Streets – across from 82 Devonshire. All World Trade Center shuttles operate from a transportation center on Seaport Boulevard adjacent to the Seaport Hotel.



From the North:
Heading southbound on Interstate 93, take Exit 22, South Station. At the top of the exit ramp, (at the second set of lights), take the first left onto Summer Street. Follow Summer Street eastbound; one block after the bridge, Summer will merge with Congress Street. Follow Congress Street, moving into the left lane. At the second set of lights, take a left onto B Street. Go one block to the end of B Street and take a right onto Seaport Boulevard (formerly named Northern Avenue) Once on Seaport Boulevard, take the first right onto Seaport Lane and continue to Congress Street. Take a right on Congress and the Seaport Hotel garage entrance is on the right.

From the South:
Heading northbound on Interstate 93 toward Boston, (go into the underground section of the highway.) Take Exit 22, Atlantic Avenue/Seaport Boulevard (formerly Northern Avenue) and stay in the right lane. At the top of the ramp, at the light, bear right onto the Moakley Bridge (follow signs for South Boston and Seaport District). Follow Seaport Boulevard approximately .8 mile; after passing the intersection of Seaport Boulevard and B Street, take the first right onto Seaport Lane and continue to Congress Street. Take a right on Congress and the Seaport Hotel Garage is on the right.

From Storrow Drive:
Take Storrow Drive East to Leverett Circle and follow signs for I-93 South/Logan Airport and follow directions from the North.

From the West and Mass Pike:
Follow Mass Pike East/I-90 to the end, looking for a sign that says "Turnpike Ends". Head northbound on I-93 towards Boston. Follow directions from the South. 

From the Airport:
Ted Williams Tunnel: open weekends and Mon-Fri 10:00pm-5: 00am. Follow exit signs from the airport toward Boston. Take the Ted Williams Tunnel to the end, the B Street Exit At B Street, go through set of lights and follow B Street to the end. Take right onto Seaport Boulevard. Follow Seaport Boulevard and take first right on Seaport Lane. Follow Seaport Lane to Congress Street. Take right on Congress Street and the Seaport Hotel Garage is on the right.


From the Sumner Tunnel:
The Airport Water Shuttle: For schedules and Follow exit signs from airport to Sumner Tunnel. Go through Sumner Tunnel. At the end of the tunnel follow signs for I-93 South. Follow directions from the North.


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