STOC 2016: 48th Annual Symposium on the Theory of Computing

Travel Information

The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which is bordered by Boston on the east and south, Watertown and Belmont on the west, and Somerville and Arlington on the north.

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Air Travel

Logan International Airport (BOS) is the closest option. The easiest option to get to the hotel from the airport is Uber/Taxi. An Uber from the airport to the hotel will take 15-20 minutes and cost $20-25.

You can also use MBTA public transportation, but this will take 45 minutes - 1 hour. The Silver Line, is a special bus route comes every ten minutes during the day, and 15 minutes early morning and late evening. It takes you to South Station, where there is a free connection to the Red Line. See instructions below to get to the Hyatt from South Station.

By Amtrack Train

Boston, MA is reachable from most major cities on the east coast by the Amtrak Rail System. The closest Amtrack station to Cambridge is South Station, MA (BOS) in downtown Boston, MA.

South Station is a stop on the MBTA. Take the Red Line (toward Alewife Station) to Central Square. The hotel is 1.1 miles, about a 20 minute walk, from the Central Square.

An Uber from South Station to the Hyatt will take 10-15 minutes and cost $15-20. 

By Car

From Mass Pike:  Take exit 18 - Allston/Cambridge (left hand exit).
Follow the signs for Cambridge.  Cross the River Street Bridge, exit right at the end of the bridge onto Memorial Drive.  Hyatt is 1/2 mile up on Memorial Drive (Route 3) on the left hand side.  Turn left at the traffic light to access the hotel entrance and parking garage.

From I-93:  Take exit 26 - Storrow Drive/Back Bay/Cambridge.
Stay in the right lane (Storrow Drive).  Go 3/4 mile and take second exit on left, Government Center/Kendall Square.  Go up the ramp and stay in the right lane.  Turn right at the stop sign; go across the Longfellow Bridge.  Take the first right off bridge and turn onto Memorial Drive (Route 3).  Stay on Memorial Drive approximately 1 mile on right, at light turn right.  Hyatt is on your left.

From I-93 or Route 1:  Take exit 26 - Storrow Drive and follow "FROM THE SOUTH" directions.

Follow signs to the Mass Turnpike: 90 Boston/Williams Tunnel.  Pay toll upon exiting airport.  You will be heading West on 90.  From 90 West, take exit 20 Brighton/Cambridge (pay another toll).  Out of the toll booth, bear right following sign for Cambridge/Somerville exit.  From this exit ramp, stay straight through two lights and cross over the bridge.  Just over the bridge, turn right at the light onto Memorial Drive.  Stay in the left lane.  Continue up/over overpass keeping in left lane.  At the first light on Memorial Drive make a left and then another quick left into the Hyatt front circle.

Public Transportation

Boston's public transportation system, the MBTA, known as "the T", was the first subway in the United States, and continues to be one of the easiest ways to get around Boston/Cambridge.

The closest subway station to Hyatt is Central Square on the Red Line, you may also want to consider going to Kendall Square  (also on the Red Line) or taking the #1 or CT1 bus across the Charles River from Back Bay, depending on where you are coming from and your destination.

Public transportation fares and schedules may be found at the MBTA website. If you are coming to Cambridge for an extended visit, you may want to consider buying a stored value CharlieCard or an unlimited use weekly or monthly pass.