Tunnel to Boston’s Logan Airport to Close for 3 Months


By Rene Schwietzke (Own work)

The Callahan Tunnel, carrying a weekday average of 30,000 cars, will close for 3 months beginning on December 27 of this year. The 52-year-old tunnel, which connects downtown Boston to Logan International Airport, is scheduled for a $34.9 million overhaul as engineers will rehabilitate the tunnel’s deck, curb line, and gutters, in addition to replacing the wall panels.

Commuting through the hectic streets of Boston has never been an easy task, and now travelers will have to cope with alternate routes, detours, and public transportation options to and from the airport. If you toss luggage transportation into the mix, you’re in for a turbulent day of travel.

Avoid the chaos and make Boston travel easier by registering for our Bags VIP luggage delivery service. When your flight lands at Logan International, bypass baggage claim and seek the most efficient route to your destination without dragging around your luggage. Let us deal with the detours and we’ll deliver your bags from baggage claim to any address within 100 miles of Logan International — no matter how difficult the route.

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