The closest airport is Springfield-Branson National Airport, located at a distance of 9 miles from the city center of Springfield, MO.
Most people, while visiting Springfield, get around by car. Due to the fact that the city is flat, getting around by bike is also a popular choice.
The local bus service is offered by City Utilities (CU), which operate a fleet of biodiesel-fueled buses, throughout the city.
Springfield does not have a passenger train service, but there are, however, more than 65 freight trains travel to, from, and through the city each day. The Missouri and Northern Arkansas Railroad also operates several miles of industrial trackage within the city.
The Greyhound Bus Lines serve Springfield, regularly, as well. Buses typically transfer in Tulsa for onward service to Dallas & Austin.
The major highways and roads, which serve Springfield, include: Interstate 44, Route 13 (Kansas Expressway), Route 60, U.S. Route 65, and U.S. Route 160.
The major streets in the city, include: Glenstone Avenue, Sunshine Street (Missouri Route 413), Kansas Expressway, Battlefield Road, National Avenue, Division Street, Campbell Avenue, Republic Road, West Bypass, Chestnut Expressway and Kearney Street.
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Springfield-Branson National Airport: Head west on W Farm Rd 116/W Kearney St., toward N Kaylor Rd., and turn left toward N Kaylor Rd. Turn left at N Kaylor Rd. and continue onto Division St. Turn right at N Benton Ave. and take the 3rd left onto E Central St. Take the 1st left onto Drury Ln/Washington Ave. Drury University will be on the left.