Bowling Green, OH
The closest major airport is Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, located in Detroit, Michigan, at a driving distance of 60 miles from the city center of Bowling Green, OH, which can be made in approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Bowling Green is served by CSX Transportation which offers a wide range of rail services to several locations near the city. There is also the B.G. Transit, which can be easily confused with a taxi (however, it is not), operating more as a bus service, providing scheduled rides and routes in various areas in the city. B.G. Transit represents one of the few public transportation services in Ohio, which does not require a 24-hour advanced reservation. Perhaps the best way to get around in Bowling Green is by car, which is also the first choice of many tourists, due to the fact that this way, you have all the major attractions in or near Bowling Green at your services, at any hour you please, without having to wait for the bus/train to arrive.
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From the east or west, via the Ohio Turnpike: Use Exit 64 (Perrysburg). Follow I - 75 South to Exit 181.
From the north or south via Interstate 75: Use exit 181.
From the east or west via U.S. Route 6: Stay on US 6 at the I-75 Interchange, and follow I-75 north to exit 181.
Travel Tip: Bowling Green University is located at a distance of 2 and half hours from Cleveland, one and half hour south of Detroit and 3 hours north of Cincinnati. The eastern edge of the campus is bordered by I-75. I-80 and 90 are only 20 minutes away from campus, and the most direct route to the university is the turnpike exit 64.