EPR BIODOSE 2015
October 4-8, 2015
Hanover, New Hampshire
 
Travel

Air Travel
Major airports surrounding Hanover, New Hampshire are:
Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts (about 120 miles),
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Manchester, New Hampshire (about 75 miles),
Burlington International Airport, Burlington, Vermont (about 75 miles)
and Bradley International Field, Hartford, Connecticut (about 150 miles).

All airports have rental car agencies for your convenience.

Cape Air is a small commuter airline that runs from New York and Boston to West Lebanon, New Hampshire (about 7 miles from Hanover). Flights are limited coming into West Lebanon and an early reservation is advisable.


Ground transportation

From Airports
There are several bus and train options to get from the major airports to Hanover, New Hampshire.

Dartmouth Coach offers 8 trips/day service from Logan International Airport to Lebanon and Hanover, New Hampshire.  There is also daily service from the Yale Club in New York to Lebanon and Hanover, New Hampshire.

UV Ride picks up passengers from Manchester Airport at five different times throughout the day and drops off near the Hanover Inn. Special pricing is available for reservations booked at least 24 hours before departure. Click on link for additional information and times for pick-up.

Vermont Transit Greyhound or Vermont Transt lines buses run from New York City, Hartford, Connecticut and BostonMassachusetts to the bus station in White River Junction, Vermont (about 5.6 miles from Hanover).  From there, there are easy connections to the Dartmouth Campus.

Amtrak offers train service from Boston, Massachusetts; Hartford, Connecticut; and New York to the train station located in White River Junction, Vermont (4.6 miles from Hanover). From there, there are easy connections to the Dartmouth Campus.

All airports have rental car agencies for your convenience.

In addition to bus and train service, several car and livery companies transport to the Dartmouth campus. College-approved vendors include:

Amoskeag Airport Service 800-395-3479; 603-641-4777
Apex Car Service 603-252-8294
UV Ride Car Service 603-448-4004
North Country Shuttle Services 603-448-0538
Big Yellow Taxi 802-296-2733 (call ahead for service)
P & P’s Twin State Taxi  802-295-7878 (call ahead for service)

For local area transportation
Advance Transit
Advance Transit serves the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont. Rides are free on all Advance Transit bus routes.

Hotel shuttles to and from the meeting will be available


Driving Instructions to the Dartmouth Campus

From the Boston MA area (~2 hours):

Take I-93 north to I-89 north at Concord, N.H.
Get off I-89 at Exit 18 in Lebanon, N.H. onto Route 120. (A sign says that it is the exit for Dartmouth College.)
Bear right off the exit, heading north on Rt.120 into Hanover.
4.1 miles from the exit, Rt. 120 forks at a traffic light.
Bear right at the fork, following Rt. 120 one-half mile on South Park Street to the second traffic light.
Turn left at the light, onto East Wheelock Street.
Follow East Wheelock for two-tenths of a mile, when you will come to the Hopkins Center (left)
and the Dartmouth Green (right).

From Burlington, VT. (~1.5 hours):
Take I-89 south to I-91 north in White River Junction, Vt.
See following description.

From New York (~5 hours), southern New England and points south:
Take I-91 north to exit 13 at Norwich, Vt.
Bear right off the exit, across the Ledyard Bridge spanning the Connecticut River.
Continue up the hill (West Wheelock Street) to the top of the hill and to the traffic light in
the center of town - nine-tenths of a mile from the interstate exit.
To your left at the light is the Dartmouth Green; to your right is the Hanover Inn.
 


 

 

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