Getting To & Around Houston County
Several highways easily link Houston County to the rest of the state and the U.S., and many travelers in the area choose to drive and enjoy the peaceful, rural byways in the heart of Georgia.
For those flying, the state’s major airport is about 100 miles north of Warner Robins, and travel options from it include shuttles and car rentals to bring you to Houston County.
Warner Robins has public transportation, commuter and shuttle services, and Greyhound maintains a bus station in Macon, about 20 miles north of Warner Robins.
Area businesses can draw on the Norfolk Southern and CSX railroads for freight transport.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
6000 N. Terminal Parkway, Suite 4000
Atlanta, GA 30320 800-897-1910
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is 20 minutes south of downtown Atlanta and 100 miles north of Warner Robins. The world’s busiest airport, it serves more than 100 million passengers annually. Eighteen airlines provide domestic and international service, with an average of 2,700 flight arrivals and departures and 275,000 passengers daily.
Ground transportation includes hotel shuttles, buses, trains (www.itsmarta.com/getting-to-airport.aspx), local and regional shared-ride shuttles, and free SkyTrain transport to the rental car center.
GA Peach Shuttle
The GA Peach Shuttle provides door-to-door transportation to multiple destinations in Georgia, including the Atlanta Amtrak station, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Robins Air Force Base. Shuttles run 24/7. For pricing packages or more information, visit the shuttle’s website.
Groome Transportation provides shuttle service in multiple locations in Georgia, including Macon, Warner Robins and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. For more information on pickup and departure locations, fares and online ticketing, visit the website.
Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority
The Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority offers 14 routes around the city to medical, shopping, historical, sightseeing and education stops, though service to Robins Air Force Base was discontinued in July 2016 due to declining ridership. Paratransit service also is available.
See the MTA website for more detailed route and schedule information.
Warner Robins Transit
Riders can pick from two routes and 35 stops around the city. There are morning, noon and late afternoon runs Monday through Friday.