Transportation

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Forum attendees will be issued parking permits and a parking map prior to the conference.

By Airplane

Manchester airport is about an hour and 15 minutes south of Plymouth. Many attendees find it best to fly into Manchester and then rent a car.

However, many attendees find it convenient to fly into Boston and then take a bus or rental car up to Plymouth. This is especially the case if one has a layover in Boston anyway—best to simply land there since the plane exchange takes longer than the drive.

By Bus

The Concord Trailways bus line (stops about ½ block from Rounds Hall)

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