Dieuwer wrote:But then you STILL have to board a bus and sit in Logan traffic...how is that different from taking the T anyway?
The advantage is the same as today: drive instead of taking the T but pay way less than a taxi.
When you get dropped off at the central garage you'll still have to walk to the terminal and it might not be a short walk. The shuttle bus drops you off at the terminal door.
I used to have a friend who lived in a condo in that area. I could get a visitor parking pass every time I flew out of Logan and just park my car on the street and walk to the T to catch the shuttle bus. It was a great perk to have but he decided to move to Revere, boooo
RL757PVD wrote:I don’t know what BOS charges but I can tell you when I had to manage it at an airport that had 300,000 annual emplanements, it was $200/yr/vehicle. Uber and Lyft is commercial but each vehicle does not have this type of permit and that’s the issue that virtually every airport has.
They have it in the form of a airport fee. It's a different business model so it should be charged differently. i have nothing against charging a higher fee. My problem is with not giving it the same privileges as all other transportation options.