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The closest airport is Port Columbus International Airport, located at a distance of just 8 miles from the city center of Columbus, OH.
The public bus transportation service is provided by COTA (Central Ohio Transit Authority), which is a public sector transit agency serving Franklin County and the rest of the central Ohio area, also serving, besides Columbus, other communities such as Grove City, Upper Arlington or Grandview Heights. COTA’s headquarters in Columbus is at 1600 McKinley Avenue.
The city used to have a major train station downtown called Union Station, but today it is the largest metropolitan area in the U.S. without passenger rail service. However, it is planned to reintroduce passenger rail service to Columbus via the Ohio Hub project.
Major Highways and Roads
The major highways and roads, which serve Columbus, include: I-70, which runs east/west, I-71, which runs north to roughly southwest, US Highway 40, also known as National Road, which runs east/west through the city, US Highway 23, which runs roughly north–south, US Highway 33, which runs northwest-to-southeast, and Interstate 270 Outerbelt, which encircles the vast majority of the city.
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Port Columbus International Airport: Head east on International Gateway and make a slight left toward International Gateway. Continue straight onto International Gateway and take the ramp to I-670 W. Keep left at the fork, to continue toward I-670 W, and merge onto I-670 W. Take exit 4A to merge onto US-23 N/N 4th Street, and then turn left at E 11th Ave. Turn right at N High Street and take the 2nd left onto W 12th Avenue.
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