Iowa City, IA
The closest major airport is Des Moines International Airport, also known as DSM or KDSM, located in Des Moines, IA, at a driving distance of 110 miles from Iowa City, IA, which can be made in approximately 2 hours.
The public transportation service, in Iowa City, is provided by the Iowa City Transit system, which runs bus routes to various areas in the city, including downtown to the Capitol Building, past Carver Hawkeye Arena and Kinnick Stadium, as well as to the University Hospital. The Iowa City Transit buses operate between 6 30 am and 10 pm, from Monday through Friday, and between 6 30 am and 7 pm, on week-ends. The regular fare for a single ride is $0.50 for youngsters, $0.75 for adults and free for children under 5 years old.
There is also the Cambus System, provided for college students, as well as plenty of taxi services available, especially downtown. During their stay in Iowa City, people often drive their own car or rent one, because this way, they have access to the city's major attractions at any hour they please.
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From I-80: Start by taking exit 224 and turn south on Dubuque Street. Follow Dubuque Street south, to Market Street (right). Proceed to Madison Street (left). Continue to Jefferson Street and make a right to enter the Iowa Memorial Union parking area.
From US 6: Start by following US 6 to Iowa Avenue (east). Proceed to Madison Street (left). Proceed to Jefferson Street and drive until you reach the Iowa Memorial Union parking area.