bjoscott wrote:Yes, the parking was one concern that I had. I have considered taking the T out of Attleboro on the Providence line. I did not know that there was a pass that could be purchased which would make that option even more appealing. I am not familiar with Boston's mass transit but I assume that the transfer to the Red Line is a simple one at South Station. Thanks!
You can drive right up 95 and grab a rail station with plenty of ez parking on the Franklin line (ie Walpole, Norwood) and go right into South Station from there. Getting on the Red line is ez. 50 minute trip or so all told, no traffic, you can get some reading done, and the rail cars have WiFi.
It's longer time-wise than driving and you have the T schedule you're stuck with, but I've stacked the pros and cons over and over and the MBTA comes out on top.