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Logan airport to BWH

gastro

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I have a BWH interview that starts at 7:30. However, the flight arrives at 6:37. Does anybody know what's best way to beat the morning commute and to get there on time? By the "T" or cab? Or I have to arrive a day earlier? Thanks in advance.
 

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Getting there the day before is obviously the EASIEST thing to do, but a cab is probably the fastest way to get to the hospital on time. For the T, you have to take the shuttle bus to the T, then get on the T, transfer to another T, or walk.... that's why I think a cab is the easiest method. It may be early enough that traffic doesn't hurt to badly. Good luck.
 
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I agree a cab is probably faster but just so you know, it's going to cost you around 35.00 dollars. At that early in the morning, the total drive time should be ~25 minutes.

You could be right but I think you are estimating high on the price (It's nearly that to get to the suburb I live in, 15 miles away!) and time (roads aren't usually terrible yet at that time). Still - it's reasonable to prepare for those numbers, just in case.
 

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Definately a cab is the quickest way, the T will take about 50 min to get to BWH and a cab depends on traffic. The cost is around 30 (plus tip).

I would say that you will probably be late if you fly the same day and weather conditions might not allow you to make it, remeber Murphy's law!!! If the interview is very important and it is a place you are really considering, I would say fly the night before and be safe.

Good luck!!
 

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You could be right but I think you are estimating high on the price (It's nearly that to get to the suburb I live in, 15 miles away!) and time (roads aren't usually terrible yet at that time). Still - it's reasonable to prepare for those numbers, just in case.

I live right by BWH and I've paid 35 to go to the airport (albeit, traffic may have factored in, once in rush hour it cost me over 40 bucks). you have to cover the tolls to go through the tunnel too.
 
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