Marlborough’s greatest asset is its convenient geographic location in central Massachusetts, with direct highway access from I-90, 290 and 495. Today, thousands of commuters from all over New England travel to and from Marlborough to their workplaces in the city. Many companies locate their offices in Marlborough specifically because the city offers access to a highly skilled regional labor pool.
MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA) provides bus service for the City of Marlborough. Route 7 connects Marlborough to Framingham and Southborough, with significant service coverage along Route 9 and Route 85. Route 7C serves inner city Marlborough, including Marlborough City Hall, Marlborough Hospital, the Solomon Pond Mall and the Post Road Shopping Center on Route 20.
Although Marlborough does not have a commuter train station, the neighboring towns of Southborough and Westborough have stations along the Boston/Worcester commuter rail line connecting South Station in Boston to Worcester.
Worcester, MA: 18 miles
Boston, MA: 22 miles
Providence, RI: 50 miles
Springfield, MA: 69 miles
Hartford, CT: 80 miles
Below is a list of some popular destinations and the distance they are from downtown Marlborough.
Brimfield Antiques Show, Brimfield, MA: 44 miles
Fenway Park, Boston, MA: 26 miles
Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA: 35 miles
Lexington Common, Lexington, MA: 34 miles
New England Sports Center, Marlborough, MA: 3.5 miles
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA: 38 miles
TPC Boston (PGA Tour), Norton, MA: 37 miles
Wachusett Mountain, Princeton, MA: 33 miles