How to Get to Columbus


Port Columbus International Airport (map) is served by all the major airlines, with direct flights to most major American cities. Aside from rental cars, the airport can also be reached by the #92 bus, or by taxi. A taxi ride to downtown is only 10 minutes and will cost approximately $25. Depending on your schedule and where you are connecting to, it may be worthwhile to check flights to Dayton as well, as they are often cheaper.

Port Columbus International Airport
4600 International Gateway
Columbus, OH 43219
(614) 239-4083


111 East Town Street
Columbus, OH 43219
(614) 228-2266

4400 S. Racine Ave. 
Chicago, IL 60609 
Telephone: 1-877-462-6342

Service runs to Columbus from Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago and Pittsburgh. Fares start at $1. Buses arrive and depart downtown Columbus near the northwest corner of Nationwide Boulevard and High Street. Buses also serve Ohio State University from a stop at the Ohio Union building on the west side of the intersection of High Street and 12th Avenue.


Major highways include I-71 & Route 315 (North and South), I-70 & I-670 (East and West), and the outer-belt, I-270. US Routes 33, 23, and 40 also converge downtown.