Getting Around

Getting Around Greensboro, NC

Greensboro has long been known as the “Gate City” due to its strategic positioning as a southeast transportation hub. The same can be said for its strong local public transportation options.

Greensboro Transit Authority (GTA), established in 1991 serves the bustling population with bus services seven days a week. Most of the 16 routes and connectors radiate from a central transfer center located at the historic J. Douglas Galyon Depot, a 1920s-era railway station refurbished in 2003 for multi-modal transportation use. A fleet of over 50 buses includes the latest diesel-electric hybrids, capable of transporting riders in environmentally-efficient comfort on less fuel. GTA also offers Higher Education Area Transit Services, an express bus service increasing mobility options for the area’s college students by connecting campuses with select destinations and the entire GTA system. In the instance that you would ever desire to leave the Gate City, the Depot offers connections with regional transportation provider PART Express, statewide service with Carolina Trailways, and national transportation service with Greyhound and Amtrak.

For more about GTA and Greensboro transportation options, visit the GTA website at

Transportation in Greensboro NC

Greensboro is easy to navigate by foot, bike, car or bus. The Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) provides regional transportation options throughout the 10-county Piedmont Triad region. PART understands that clean air and environmental stewardship are vital components of a healthy community.

Commuter options such as PART’s Regional Express bus service, car and van pool programs, Buddy-Rides, bike-to-work and telecommuting resources give residents of the Triad the transportation choices to live more sustainably and more economically. For rider convenience, PART provides 12 regional Express bus routes serving Guilford, Forsyth, Davidson, Randolph, Davie, Surry and Stokes counties. General fares for urban routes are $2.40 one way and $3.00 one way for the rural county routes. Senior, student and disabled rider fares are half price. Children under 43” tall ride for free with an adult. Transfers between PART buses or shuttles are free (excluding PART Connections Route 4).

PART’s continued work with Triad Air Awareness helps to reach thousands of residents with air quality information, and aids the public in understanding the link between clean air and our transportation choices.

Consider different commuting options, make a choice for clean air, and save money by sharing the ride. To learn more about commuting options and to view complete service and schedule information visit the PART website at or call 336-883-PART (7278)