There are many transportation options for traveling to Durham and getting around after arrival. Interstates 85 and 40, plus US Highways 70 and 15-501 connect Durham to the rest of the country.
In fact, more than half of the US 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 region 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.
Search the listings below to find the transportation options you need, including planes, trains, and automobiles (plus busses and more).
Beyond 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.
Founded by nine prominent African-American businessmen in 1907. Has operated continuously and profitably since opening for business one year later.
Low-cost express bus service to nearly 50 cities through five hubs. Buses offer free wi-fi, power outlets, and panoramic windows. Departure and arrival near Durham Station on Jackson St.
An airport shuttle charging a flat rate for transportation services. My RDU Airport Shuttle provides point-to-point and airport-to-city transportation, along with group transportation for up to six …
The Latham Parking Deck provides separate public and university ID cardholder access, 24-hour security surveillance, extra lighting, guaranteed parking, no waiting, and an attendant during business …
Ninth Street metered parking lot: 45 spaces, $1.25/hour. (Limited free on-street parking throughout Ninth Street District - two hour limit.)
Vans and shuttles serving RDU with 24/7 service. Offers local tour service for individuals or groups; please call in advance to arrange tour.