College Station Transportation

College Station is in the "heart" of central Texas. Only 100 miles from Houston and Austin and 160 miles from Dallas and San Antonio, College Station is within four hours driving time of more than 14 million people. A network of well-maintained highways and a nearby regional airport serviced by major international airlines facilitate quick transportation between College Station and the rest of the country.

George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) is located in the northern part of Houston, Texas, less than 1.5 hours from College Station off of Interstate 45. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is located in the southern part of Austin, Texas, less than 2 hours from College Station off of Interstate 35. Easterwood Airport (CLL) is located in the north-western part of College Station, on the Texas A&M University campus. Easterwood provides multiple scheduled flights daily to Dallas and Houston. Coulter Field (CFD) is located in east Bryan and is owned by the city of Bryan.

State Highway 6 (4 lane divided) connects with Interstate 35 to Dallas and with U.S. Highway 290 to Houston or Austin, U.S. 190 connects to Baton Rouge, State Highway 21 provides East-West ties to Interstate 35 and Interstate 45.

The District (formerly Brazos Valley Transit Authority) provides public bus transportation in the Bryan/College Station area. Texas A&M Transportation Services provides bus transportation throughout College Station and Bryan for students, faculty, and staff of Texas A&M University. On Texas A&M football game days, the department provides additional park-and-ride service to and from Kyle Field.