Three area airports provide service to this portion of New England.
For ease of travel, Manchester Airport is recommended.
Shuttle Service can be arranged to and from the airport if a rental car is not desired
Driving Directions: For those arriving by car, visit the UNH-IOL directions page.
Free parking is available at the InterOperability Lab.
Take the train from Boston (North Station) to Durham, NH (the final destination of the train is Portland, ME).
Taking the train is a great way to avoid having to rent a car and drive in Boston. The train is convenient for a number of reasons including a free wireless connection and a cafe that serves a variety of food and beverages. Tickets can purchased online, or at the North Station ticket booth. The trip takes about an hour and twenty minutes. When you arrive in Durham, use the UNH-IOL Campus Connector to get to the UNH-IOL.
The C & J shuttle is another transportation option. It is especially convenient for people coming from, or going to, Logan Airport in Boston. The bus makes pickups at the airport and can deliver passengers to Durham on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Once you arrive in Durham, you can take the UNH-IOL Campus Connector to get to the lab.
The bus offers scheduled service from Boston (South Station) to Portsmouth, NH. From Portsmouth connect to Durham from Market Square using Wildcat Transit Route 4, Wildcat Transit. From Durham, you can get to the lab by taking the UNH-IOL Campus Connector.
Boston MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority) is the most convenient way to get around the city. The MBTA takes you from the airport to the train station, as well as downtown Boston.
It is recommended to make arrangements for pick-up service in advance of your arrival into Manchester, NH.
Blue Star Taxi:
Regal Limousine Service:
The UNH-IOL Connector originates at the InterOperability Lab at GOSS (Technology Drive), services the back part of campus and returns.
Transit & Connector: 603.862.2328
Wildcat Transit operates Campus Connector routes within the UNH campus and public transit routes between campus and Dover, Newington, Newmarket, and Portsmouth. All routes are open to the public, and Campus Connector routes are free. The buses follow distinct weekday and weekend schedules, usually running every hour from 6:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
This campus map displays the bus stops. The UNH campus is a walking campus. It is easy to get from both the New England Center and the Holiday Inn hotel to the UNH-IOL by using the campus map and taking the UNH-IOL Campus Connector.
The COAST bus offers transportation around the Seacoast for those who are interested to explore New Hampshire and its cities.