What is the commute time to Boston by train from Wilmington to around State Street?

Asked by Steven Sposato, North Carolina Fri Jul 15, 2011

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Vanessa, Home Buyer, Billerica, MA
Sun Jul 17, 2011
Another option depending on what area in Wilmington you live in is to take the 352 MBTA Express Bus. It picks up on 3A in Burlington and then goes down and drops off at State Street. This could be faster than the commuter rail since there are less transfers (but watch out for traffic the bus hits).
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Lynda Tobasco…, Agent, Andover, MA
Fri Jul 15, 2011
Hi Steven,
Depending in the commuter rail line you took it takes about 30 to 40 minutes. You can get all the info you need on the MBTA's website. From Wilmington you can take either the Haverhill line or Lowell line into North Station. From North Station you have two options, hop on the subway's
Orange line to State street or
depending on the weather you could
also walk. When I worked in Boston
this is how I go in to work.
Web Reference:  http://www.mbta.com
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Tom and Joan…, Agent, Boston, MA
Wed Jul 20, 2011

The best resource for you is MBTA.com and this is the Massachusetts Transit website. It is a great tool because they have an interactive site where you put in your address and it tells you the closest transportation options and the travel time. Best
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