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::: Affordable Bus Parking - Boston, MA :::

Boston AutoPort
100 Terminal Avenue
Boston, MA 02109

 

::: GPS Coodinates :::

Latitude: 42.38098 � N
Longitude: 71.05129 � W

Special thanks to:
Donnie Miller

From I-93 Northbound
North of the Mass Pike

Inside the tunnel, take exit 23 (Gov't Center) and get into the right lane.
When you exit the tunnel, bear right on the ramp to Cross Street and turn left.
Follow Cross Street for 1/4 mile and bear right onto Endicott Street.
Follow Endicott Street for .3 mile until it intersects with Joe Tecce Way (Rte-99). Continue straight on Joe Tecce Way and cross the Washington Street Bridge.

At the end of the bridge make an immediate right onto Chelsea Street. (below)
 
Follow Chelsea Street for 1 mile as it runs along the side of US-1. Cross the river bridge and Chelsea Street will end at Terminal Avenue. Mounted on the fence across the street is a sign that says Boston Auto Port witn two arrows pointing to the right. Turn right here and go thru the gate.
Once you get into the compound, the lot will be on your left. During the day, the gate to the lot is open but at night you will have to see the guard for access.
Parking is $25 per day and may or may not be difficult on weekends due to all the car haulers parked there.
The attendant will tell you where to park.
This lot is security patrolled 24 hours a day.

::: Notes from Donnie :::

They have a fuel depot onsite and they are generally ok with washing. There is also a small store where the boats tie up to fuel with the usual supplies and all at competitive rates.
There is a fuel attendant in a small building on the waterfront side of the lot. He is the guy that takes the money for parking, fuel, store supplies, etc.

There are water spigots by the parking area. They have always 'turned their heads' when I wash, but I try to be moderate and low profile. I usually kick up a few bucks for the attendant but not until I'm on my way out. This is a great place for days off when you're playing the TD Bank Garden or Boston Commons.

It's a 10 buck cab ride from the downtown area. The guard shack will call a taxi for you whenever necessary. He'll be looking for a tip though. Money talks, .... bs walks.

The attendants are friendly and personable if you are. Otherwise, it's Boston Harbor.
 

 

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