Transportation in Greensboro, NC


With all we have to offer, there are still some things you just won’t find here. Traffic jams. Crowded interstates. Long lines at the airport. Instead, Greensboro offers transportation amenities without the headaches. Your commute will be a breeze. Your business trips, virtually effortless. And our green options let you move around the city guilt-free. Wherever you’re going—across town or across the country—Greensboro makes it easy to get there.

Transportation Stats

Average Commute (by car)
20 min
US Cities for driving - Rank
Interstate highways
Historic depots servicing passenger rail
Metro area by size

Transportation Notables

Piedmont Triad International Airport - Greensboro, NC

Piedmont Triad International Airport

Piedmont Triad International Airport (PTI) is strategically positioned between Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point, at the center of NC and the midpoint of the east coast. Learn more

Downtown Depot - Greensboro, NC

Downtown Depot

Greensboro got its start as a railroad transportation center, a gateway to the West and the South. Today Greensboro is a stop on Amtrak's Crescent Line, which travels from New York to New Orleans. Learn more

Electric Buses - Greensboro, NC

Electric Buses

Greensboro is North Carolina’s first community to put an all-electric, battery powered bus into daily passenger service. Since 2019, Greensboro’s fleet of electric buses has been the 2nd largest on the east coast. Learn more

Electric Scooters - Greensboro, NC

Electric Scooters

Pay-per-ride electric scooters brought smart mobility to Greensboro in early 2019. The majority of the scooters are located near the UNCG and Guilford College campuses and in the downtown area. Learn more

Driving in Greensboro - Greensboro, NC

Driving in Greensboro

GPS navigation app Waze has ranked Greensboro as the Best U.S. City for Driving three years in a row. In 2016, they named us the fifth most satisfying city in the world for drivers. Learn more


Boom Supersonic

Boom Supersonic, the company building the world's fastest and most sustainable supersonic airliner, selected the Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, North Carolina as the site of its first full-scale manufacturing facility. Learn more


Toyota Battery Plant

Toyota selected North Carolina’s Greensboro-Randolph megasite as the location of a new $1.29 billion automotive battery manufacturing plant for its electric vehicles. It is expected to be operational in 2025. Learn more

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