Malden is an extremely well connected city, just 5 miles northwest of Boston. Easily accessible by car or public transportation, Malden is convenient to Logan International Airport and Routes 1, 16, 28, 60, 93, 99, and 128.

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Accessibility & Transportation

The city is connected to downtown Boston by the MBTA Orange Line, with the Malden Center Station and Oak Grove located in Malden. The MBTA's commuter rail also services Malden, stopping at Malden Center Station. Bus service to all adjacent communities is also available via the service of the MBTA. Visit the MBTA's website here to learn more about the Orange Line, Commuter Rail, and bus service to Malden.

Routes 28, 60, 99, and U.S. 1 run through Malden. Route 16 and Interstate 93 are a short distance outside the city's borders.

Malden has many available retail opportunities in highly traveled, exceptionally located areas. Learn more about traffic counts in Malden, provided by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation here.