There are many transportation options to travel to Durham and get around after arrival. Interstates 85 and 40, plus U.S. Highways 70 and 15/501 connect Durham to the rest of the country.
In fact, more than half of the U.S. population lives within a day's drive or an hour's flight of Durham. RDU International Airport, an East Coast hub, ranks as one of the nation's fastest-growing airports and serves Durham and the rest of the Triangle area of North Carolina. RDU is located at the edge of Wake County, midway between the cities of Durham and Raleigh, which co-own the airport along with the counties of Durham and Wake.
Bull City ConnectorBeyond being fun and easy, Durham's Bull City Connector is also convenient and environmentally friendly. Running daily from morning to night, the service is free to all. See more...
Getting to Durham:
Getting Around in Durham:
- Maps & Guides
- Bicycle & Pedestrian Information
- Charter Bus Services
- Limousine Service
- Public Transit - Intracity
- Rental Cars
- Taxicabs & Airport Shuttles