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Getting Around & To Staunton

The most noticeable mode of transportation in Staunton is the Downtown Free Trolley.  The distinctive green vehicle runs a continuous route downtown six-days a week and is shared by local residents and visitors alike.  But there are other options as well...

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The Coordinated Area Transport Service (CATS) provides transportation around Staunton and Augusta County.  (540-943-9302,  More information)

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Staunton Trolley. (More information)

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Route 250 Connector (CATS) (Serving Staunton, Waynesboro and the Augusta Medical Center on a daily schedule)

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BRCC Shuttle (CATS)  A shuttle leaves the Visitor Center at 22 minutes after each hour from 7:22 a.m. until 4:22 p.m. daily. Riders may transfer at BRCC to another shuttle going to Harrisonburg, where they can board Harrisonburg Transit.

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Airport Shuttle
The Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport north of Staunton operates an on-demand shuttle service to and from city locations.  (540-234-8304)

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Airport - Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport
The regional airport is located in Weyers Cave, Virginia, about 15 miles north of Staunton. (540-234-8304)

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Amtrak
Amtrak's Cardinal runs from New York through Washington DC and Staunton, then on to Chicago.  This premier passenger train operates three days a week.  For information check the Amtrak website or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (800-872-7245).

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Bus Service
Staunton is no longer served by intercity bus service like Greyhound.  The nearest cities still served by bus are Charlottesville, 30 miles to the east, and  Roanoke,  60 miles to the south.

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Taxi Service
Taxi service is available.  Current vendors are listed in the phone directory advertising pages.

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