Getting around Columbus Ohio is pretty easy to do as well as getting to Columbus. Following you can download a PDF file that has general maps of Columbus Ohio included.
Getting around Columbus Ohio
I-270 is the outerbelt which circles Columbus. I-70 is the main east – west highway. I-71 and State Route 315 are the primary north-south highways. The airport is connected to the downtown area via I-670 which then continues to the west side of the city.
COTA (Central Ohio Transit Authority) provides public transportation. The normal fare is $1.50 and express fare is $2.00 with transfers free. COTA also provides service for special events such as the OSU Home Games and different events such as Red, White and Boom.
Rentals are available for cars, vans, limos and more all around Columbus. If you’re flying to Columbus you can also find taxis available as well as airport shuttles.
Getting around Columbus Ohio by car is pretty easy as well. There is extensive parking and it is reasonably priced.
If you enjoy walking you’ll find a lot of great places available. The Columbus Public Health has a listing of healthy places to walk which includes maps by zip code and name. A great way to stay in shape and enjoy the city!
Getting to Columbus Ohio
Port Columbus International Airport is 10 minutes east of downtown Columbus. Every major airline can be found at Port Columbus giving you a name you can trust to get you to and from your destination at competitive fares.
If you are visiting Columbus via Port Columbus International Airport, you’ll find all the information you need to get you to your destination in the city at their website. You’ll find listings for transportation such as taxis, shuttle services, COTA and rentals.
Rickenbacker International Airport is an international multi-modal cargo airport, a charter passenger terminal, a U.S. Foreign-Trade Zone, a distribution hub and a major component and economic engine of the Central Ohio region, servicing customer needs around the world. Rickenbacker is also a high-speed international logistics hub with a strategically planned cargo complex that serves several key business segments, including international airfreight, freight forwarding, corporate aviation, e-commerce fulfillment and distribution.
Bolton Field operated by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, serves as a reliever to Port Columbus International Airport. Constructed in October of 1970, Bolton Field is one of two general aviation (G.A.) reliever airports recognized in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) in the Columbus area-and one of 12 in Ohio. Bolton Field serves general and corporate aviation needs and is located nine miles southwest of downtown Columbus.
The Ohio State University Airport (OSU) is one of the leading general aviation facilities in the nation, providing educational opportunities to the university’s students and aircraft services to many of central Ohio’s pilots and businesses. They also serve corporate and general aviation needs and are located ten miles northwest of downtown Columbus.
If you prefer to travel to Columbus via bus, you’ll find Greyhound Lines, Inc. located
at 111 East Town Street in Columbus.