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Are you moving to Columbus, Ohio? Congratulations! Moving to another state is a big step. Such a life-changing event takes a lot of preparation and research. We have no doubt that you have already read all about Columbus. You know everything there is to know about its places of interest, neighborhoods, costs of living, amenities, schools, and employment opportunities. However, what many people overlook when researching about a city they are moving to is transportation. Not all cities have the same infrastructure, and not knowing enough about the ways of getting around Columbus can lead to unpleasant surprises. In order to avoid such a scenario, we at USA Auto Transport have put together this quick guide to getting around Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus Long Distance Auto Transport

How Do I Get Around Columbus, Ohio?

There is a widespread municipal bus service in the city of Columbus called Central Ohio Transit Authority, or COTA. In addition, companies such as Greyhound, Baron Bus Lines, Miller Transportation, Megabus, and GoBus provide intercity transportation. It is, however, important to note that Columbus currently does not have a rail service. Another form of transport that has been gaining more and more attention in Columbus is cycling. Given the relatively flat topography and large population of students and young residents, this way of getting around the city has become pretty common.

Why Do I Need a Car in Columbus, Ohio?

As you might have gathered from the previous paragraph, the public transit system in Columbus is not exactly the best-developed one in the nation. For this reason, you might still want to consider hiring a reliable car shipping company and having your automobile transported.
Besides, driving around Columbus is so easy! The city’s streets follow a grid pattern, with north-south streets and east-west avenues. Columbus is bisected by two major interstate highways. These are Interstate 70 (I-70), that runs from east to west, and Interstate 71 (I-71), that runs from north to southwest. In the downtown area, these two combine into “The Split”, a major point in Columbus traffic. Columbus is also home to several U.S. Routes, including:
- U.S. Route 40, also known as the National Road
- U.S. Route 23, and
- U.S. Route 33.
If you wish to see a map of Columbus’ streets and avenues and get directions for your future daily commutes once you relocate, click here.

Are you ready to have your vehicle shipped to Columbus, Ohio, from anywhere else in the country? If so, contact USA Auto Transport today to receive the best interstate auto transport price estimates. We offer a wide variety of services, including:
- Open auto carriers – a cost-effective way of shipping your vehicle;
- Enclosed auto carriers – a way to ship your car without having to worry about the weather or other outside influences;
- Terminal-to-terminal car transport – USA Auto Transport has terminals in all major cities in the United States;
- Door-to-door car transport – for those of you who do not want to be bothered with picking up and delivering your vehicle;
- And many more.
In addition, USA Auto Transport conducts car shipping of all kinds of vehicles, including:
- SUVs
- Pickup trucks
- Vans and minivans
- Luxurious and exotic cars
- Sports cars
- Hybrids
- Family vehicles
- Motorbikes
- And many more.
Contact USA Auto Transport today to get the best car shipping prices and schedule your pickup and delivery dates. 

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