Rhode Island’s location along the Northeast I-95 corridor means easy access to major metropolitan areas. You can reach Boston in under 45 minutes, and New York City in under three hours; nearby airports and shipping terminals serve international markets.
AIRT.F. Green International Airport: Voted one of the most convenient airports in the country, T.F. Green is also one of America’s fastest-growing airports, routinely securing new routes to in-demand destinations. With low-cost service to Ireland, Norway, and England, and more transcontinental and international destinations to come, T.F. Green is the third-largest airport in New England. Boston Logan International Airport: Just a 45-minute drive from Rhode Island, Boston Logan flies to hundreds of destinations nationally and internationally.
LANDTrain: Rhode Island’s rail system serves both high-speed Amtrak trains and Boston’s MBTA commuter rail.
- 35 minutes to Boston by Amtrak Acela from Providence Amtrak Station, with more than 40 trains daily between Providence and Boston.
- 2.5 hours to New York City by Acela, with more than 20 daily trains between Providence and New York City.
- Pawtucket-Central Falls, just north of Providence, is building a $50 million Amtrak and commuter rail station.