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Brevard County Transportation

How to Get Around Brevard County

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Traveling in, out and around Brevard County is made easy through several major roadways, local and international airports, bus and shuttle routes, and through the bustling Port Canaveral.

The region’s main north-south arteries include Interstate 95 and State Route 1, which run along the Indian River coast, and Highway A1A, spanning the Atlantic Ocean coastline.

The county is also accessible from the west by the Beachline Expressway and U.S. 192.

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The Melbourne International Airport is serviced by Delta Airlines, Vintage and Florida Coastal Airlines, offering daily travel to a number of locations.

For a wider variety of airlines and destinations, the Orlando International Airport – ranked fourth in the country for passenger traffic – sits a mere 50 miles from the Space Coast, with the Orlando Sanford International Airport located approximately 75 miles away.

In addition, the Titusville-Cocoa Airport Authority runs three local airports – the Space Coast Regional Airport, Arthur Dunn Airport and Merritt Island Airport.

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Those visiting the area have access to a handful of auto rental companies and shuttles. Also available is the Space Coast Area Transit public bus service, along with a beach trolley that runs north and south. Both offer stops to Brevard’s major sites. Greyhound provides bus service at terminals in Titusville and at the Melbourne International Airport.

With the Atlantic Ocean bordering the county’s east side, it is no surprise that Brevard’s Port Canaveral is the second-busiest cruise port in the nation. The port is the docking site of several day and multi-day cruise lines, providing full amenities to passengers coming in and out of the county by water.

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