Brockton is minutes from Cape Cod and from Boston; strategically located on Route 24, between Route 128 and Interstate 495. Routes 3, 24, and 28 provide easy access to the airport, seaport, and intermodal facilities of Boston. Brockton, the hub of the region is 20 miles south of Boston, 30 miles northeast of Providence, 40 miles west of Cape Cod, and 200 miles northeast of New York City. Six million people live within a fifty-mile radius of the region. One-third of the nation’s population is within overnight truck delivery.
Convenient public transportation is available for the region through the Brockton Area Transit Authority, which provides inter-city bus service and the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, which provides commuter rail service to Boston via 3 convenient stops. Freight service is provided by CSX Transportation, Inc. and the region is centrally located between two major airports, Logan International in Boston and T.F. Green in Rhode Island. Logan Airport provides hourly shuttle service to New York, as well as direct flights to all major United States Cities and international flights. Logan also offers the widest choice of air cargo flights in New England. T.F. Green Airport has scheduled flights to key cites in New England and New York, as well as other major cities in the country.
The region is 20 miles from the Boston Seaport, 30 miles from the Fall River seaport, 40 miles from the New Bedford seaport and 60 miles from Gloucester