Driving directions Click here for location in Google Maps
From the South, driving on I-95 North:
- Take exit 54 Washington St/Woburn.
- Turn right onto Washington Street.
- West Cummings Park is on the right. EAL is located in Building 800, Suite 5550
From the North, driving on I-95 South:
- Take exit 54 toward Washington Street
- Merge right onto Mishawum Road
- At the light at the top of the hill, turn right onto Washington Street
- West Cummings Park is approximately 1/2 mile on the right.
From I-93 North:
- Take exit 27 Montvale Ave Woburn/Stoneham.
- At the bottom of the exit, turn left onto Montvale Ave.
- In 1.3 miles, turn right onto Washington Street.
- West Cummings Park is on the left. EAL is located in Building 800, Suite 5550
Free public parking is available in the parking lot surrounding building 800. Do not park in predesignated spaces.
- Bus 354 from downtown Boston (State Street & Washington Mall) stops at 400 West Cummings Park. The stop is located in Cummings Park: EAL is in the same park, Building 800, Suite 5550.
For MBTA information call 617-722-3200.
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