Greensboro, NC is a beautiful city located in the North Carolina Piedmont region. The city offers many transportation options for its citizens and visitors alike. Public transportation includes the GTRANS bus system, which provides access to all parts of the city. There are also taxi services, car sharing programs, bicycle programs, and a network of shared ride vans available throughout the city. For those looking for intercity transportation, Amtrak offers direct service to several major cities such as Charlotte and Raleigh from Greensboro's historic station in downtown. The Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) runs express buses between Greensboro and the Triad area airports providing fast and convenient service for travelers needing to make connections through these regional hubs. Additionally, Greensboro is well served by various private shuttle companies that provide rides to and from different locations in the Triad area. With so many transportation options available in Greensboro, it is easy to get around town quickly and conveniently.
The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Greensboro takes 20.8 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.
How people in Greensboro get to work:
- 82.2% drive their own car alone
- 8.2% carpool with others
- 5.5% work from home
- 1.5% take mass transit