Room No. 485, New Engineering Building
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL-32611

Tel: (352) 392-2584 , (352) 392-4950
Fax: (352) 392-0044

By Car
Interstate 75 skirts Gainesville on the west, its link with major metropolitan centers such as Atlanta and the Tampa-St. Petersburg area. U.S. Routes 301 and 441 and State Route 26 join Gainesville with other communities in Alachua County and in northern Florida.

  By Bus
Interstate bus transportation is offered by Greyhound Trailways. Local area bus services are provided by the Regional Transit System (RTS), which also offers mini-bus transportation for people who are disabled.
  By Plane
The Gainesville Regional Airport is currently served by 3 airlines offering 47 non-stop flights each business day. Current schedule provides excellent connections to all points throughout the continental United States and on to international destinations. Non-stop service is provided to Atlanta, Charlotte, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, and Tampa. The 2,000 acre airport also includes general aviation facilities for private and corporate aircraft.
  By Train
Amtrak provides nearby rail passenger service from its ticket office downtown at the Regional Transit System's Bethel transfer station, located on the corner of SE 1st Avenue & 1st Street. The office is open daily. Connecting Amtrak Thruway Bus service is also available. This service connects the Gainesville station with Amtrak's Palatka rail station, meeting southbound trains serving Orlando, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, and Miami; and northbound trains to Savannah, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Philadelphia, and New York. Call 1-800-USA-RAIL for information and reservations.
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