St. Louis, MO
The closest major airport is Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, located at a distance of 12 miles from the city center of St. Louis, MO.
Drive, walk, ride the bike or take the bus to get around in St. Louis - just choose the option which suits you best.
The city is served by Greyhound and Amtrak, which, along with the city's rail system, regional bus system, and city taxi services, operate out of the Gateway Multimodal Transportation Center, located downtown, two blocks east of St. Louis Union Station.
Metro Transit also serves St. Louis, and the city is serviced, as well, by Megabus, with service from Chicago.
The main, major highways, serving St. Louis, include: I-70, I-44, I-55, I-64, I-270, I-170, and I-255 (plus numerous state and county roadways).
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Lambert-St. Louis International Airport: Head southwest on St Thomas Ln, toward Natural Bridge Rd, (St Thomas Ln turns right and becomes Natural Bridge Rd) and turn right at Banshee Rd. Make a slight right at James S McDonnell Blvd and turn left at Airport Rd. Take the ramp onto I-170 S and turn left at Eager Rd. Take the ramp to S Hanley Rd. Keep right at the fork to continue toward S Hanley Rd and merge onto S Hanley Rd. Continue onto Laclede Station Rd and make a slight right at Big Bend Blvd. Turn left at S Old Orchard Ave (turns slightly right and becomes Garden Ave).