Accessibility to Boston and Beyond
Worcester is located at the crossroads of the Commonwealth, providing convenient access to Boston, as well as all New England states, via major transportation routes such as Interstate 290, Interstate 495, and Interstate 90/Massachusetts Turnpike and Route 146. With commute times into Boston fast becoming the longest in the nation, Worcester offers a strong alternative to growing companies and their employees.
Worcester’s Union Station Intermodal Transportation Center
Located approximately three miles from the I-290 Connector, hosts the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) commuter rail to Boston, providing 20 round-trip commuter rail trains each day with an express train that delivers commuters from Worcester to Boston’s South Station in under an hour.
Daily Commercial Air Service to New York, Philadelphia and Beyond
Five miles from 1-290Connector, Worcester Regional Airport is home to daily commercial service to New York City and Philadelphia through Jet Blue, Delta, and American Airlines. An hour drive provides access to multiple national and international airports, including Logan International Airport (Boston), TF Green International Airport (Providence), and Bradley International Airport (Hartford).