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Transportation

Getting to Springfield

Getting here is easy. By car you'll find us on Interstate 55 (a.k.a. Route 66 for nostalgia lovers), just 200 miles from Chicago, and 100 miles from St. Louis. By plane, Springfield's Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport is linked with international gateway airports from St. Louis Lambert and Chicago O'Hare for daily flights. And, by train, Amtrak offers daily stops in Springfield between both Chicago and St. Louis. Leave the driving to others - Greyhound Bus Lines also serves the Springfield area.

Driving:

Interstate Route Map
Diagram of the major interstate routes leading to Springfield.

MapQuest
Follow this direct link to a map of Springfield, Illinois.

Getting Around Springfield

Thanks to public transportation, taxis and trolley, you an get around Springfield with ease. Many of the Lincoln sites are within walking distance from the Amtrak station. Rail service and rental cars are available to take you beyond Springfield to destinations throughout Illinois.

Download maps/links for Springfield and Illinois to start planning your visit:

Charter Services

Need a charter? For specific information on chartering, please call the following: