Ridesharing companies Uber and Lyft can now pick up passengers at Boston’s Logan Airport.
There is new signage and extra workers are helping direct drivers where to go Wednesday.
Passengers should request a ride on the Uber or Lyft app once inside baggage claim.
You can only be picked up in designated “app ride” lots near each of the terminals.
There is an extra $3.25 airport fee tacked on to the overall cost of the ride.
Boston had been one of the last airports to not allow ride hailing services to pick up, although drop offs were already allowed.
Taxi drivers have been against this move from the start.
Governor Charlie Baker says this will expand the safe and diverse transportation operations for travelers at Logan Airport.