Air Travel and Other Transportation

Our location in the Tar Heel state gives us unlimited accessibility. Interstates 77 and 85, which intersect in Charlotte, link the city with the Great Lakes region, New England and Florida. Interstate 40, running coast-to-coast across the United States, is only a half hour north. Upcoming improvements on US-321 will permit another direct route for western Lake Norman residents to reach Interstates 40 and 85.

A two hour journey to the west of the lake takes you to the Blue Ridge Mountains; a four hour trip to the east, to the Atlantic beaches. Within an hour’s drive east of Charlotte are some of the world’s best golf courses in Pinehurst. Air travel in the area is serviced by Charlotte Douglas International Airport, which is only a thirty minute drive. There are also several regional airports around the lake area. 

Bus travel in the area is provided by the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) for commuters and Greyhound also has a terminal in Charlotte. Charlotte is also serviced by Charlotte Trolley, Inc., an organization dedicated to returning electric streetcar operation to the streets of Charlotte. 

Air Travel

Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Josh Birmingham Parkway, Charlotte
Concord Regional Airport
9000 Aviation Blvd. NW, Concord

Rowan County Airport
3670 Airport Loop, Salisbury

Lincoln County Regional Airport
716 Airport Road, Iron Station

Statesville Municipal Airport
238 Airport Road, Statesville

Lake Norman Airpark
Off Perth Road, Mooresville

Bus Travel

Charlotte Area Transit System
310 Trade Street, Charlotte
Route 77X—North Mecklenburg Express—
Servicing Huntersville, Cornelius, Uptown Charlotte

Rail Travel

1914 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte
800-USA-RAIL / 704-376-4416
Trolley Transportation
Charlotte Trolley System

Travel & Transportation Around the Lake
Greyhound Bus Lines
601 West Trade Street, Charlotte
Sandy McAlpine
Sandy McAlpine
McAlpine Team