The closest airport is Norfolk International Airport, located at a distance of 6 miles from the city center of Norfolk, VA.
Norfolk is served by HRT (Hampton Roads Transit), which operates bus and paratransit service, throughout Norfolk and South Hampton Roads and onto the Peninsula all the way up to Williamsburg, also offering routes which travel to Smithfield, as well as a ferry service from downtown Norfolk to Old Town Portsmouth.
To get around in the downtown area, people often choose the NET (Norfolk Electric Trolley), which is an electric trolley that runs exclusively throughout downtown Norfolk.
Amtrak and Greyhound also serve the city, from a central bus terminal located downtown, the Amtrak line running west along the Virginia Peninsula to Richmond and to destinations, beyond.
Major Highways and Roads
The major highways and roads, which serve Norfolk, include: I-64, U.S. Route 58, U.S. Route 60, U.S. Route 13, U.S. Route 460 and the Hampton Roads Beltway, which makes a loop around the city.
How to get to Old Dominion University campus?
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Norfolk International Airport: Head northeast on Airport Parking Dep Rd., toward Airport Parking Dep Rd., and continue onto Norview Ave. Turn right to merge onto I-64 W and make a slight left at I-564 W. Take the VA-406/Terminal Blvd. exit, toward Hampton Blvd., and merge onto VA-406 W/Int Terminal Blvd. Turn left at Hampton Blvd. ODU will be on the right.