Framingham is Connected

Framingham is conveniently located halfway between Boston and Worcester, with direct and easy access to multiple modes of transportation.

I-90 (the MassPike), Route 30, and Route 9 provide vehicular connections from almost anywhere in town to the rest of the region. MetroWest Regional Transit Authority buses reach nine neighboring communities, and Peter Pan and Logan Express bus services provide quick and convenient alternative access to Logan International Airport, Manchester Airport, T.F. Greene Airport and beyond. Regular commuter rail services run between Boston and Worcester. LimoLiner and Amtrak, along with easy connection to its Acela Express line, offer service to New York City and the entire eastern seaboard.
regional map showing Framingham roads and rail connections to Boston and Logan Airport



Exit 13 near the Natick border will access Saxonville, Route 9 in the Golden Triangle area, and Lake Cochituate State Park. This is also the best exit for those coming from Boston and points east to visit the Downtown, the Danforth Museum, the Amazing Things Arts Center, and Lake Cochituate.

Exit 12 gives direct access to Framingham’s Tech Park, 9/90 Industrial Park, and the western end of Route 9. It is also the best access to Downtown from points west and for Framingham State University, Garden in the Woods, and Callahan State Park.

Route 9 / Worcester Road

Route 9 is the historic connector between the Massachusetts cities of Boston and Worcester. Framingham, in its position almost exactly halfway between the two, provides a major regional shopping and restaurant mecca along its stretch of Route 9.


The Framingham MBTA commuter rail stop is located in the Downtown area. It is on the Framingham / Worcester Line and runs frequently to Boston with a number of trains continuing on to Worcester.
Framingham / Worcester Line MBTA Schedule

Local Transit (MWRTA)

Framingham is served by the Metrowest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA) bus system. This system -- including fixed routes, commuter shuttles, and para-transit -- has its hub in Downtown Framingham and reaches throughout Framingham and into nine surrounding communities, including: Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Marlborough, Natick, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, and Weston.

For a printable route map and “Things to Do” along the routes, view the MWRTA Fixed Routes link to learn more. 

Image of MWRTA System Map - 2018

Taxi Services

Framingham-based Taxi services include:
  • Tommy’s Taxi
    167 Franklin St.
    Framingham, MA 01702
    p: 508.872.3500

Parking in Downtown

Public and retail parking is available for those doing business in the Downtown. City policy limits street parking in the Downtown to two hours in most places, with one exception: in the area around the MetroWest Medical Center, and the Framingham Public Library which is extended to three hours.

For more details on city-wide parking policies, view the City of Framingham Parking Policies.