How to Reach Daytona Beach


  • By Air: Flights to Daytona Beach disembark at the Daytona Beach International Airport. Alternatively, one can also land at nearby cities of Orlando or Jacksonville and then drive down to Daytona Beach.
  • By Train: Amtrak offers train services that connect Daytona Beach to the cities of Lorton and DeLand.
  • By Boat: The city is accessible by private boats via the Intracoastal Waterway, from both, the Halifax River and the Atlantic Ocean. 
  • By Road: Easily accessible by interstate I-95 which runs north to south and I-4 which runs east to west. U.S. Highway 1 also passes through Daytona Beach.
  • By Bus: The Greyhound Bus Lines connect hubs in Jacksonville and Orlando to Daytona Beach.


  • By Bus: Daytona Beach has a well connected network of busses. It is a cheap way to get around the city.
  • By Motorcycle: However, the reason why many people throng to the city is because of the motorcycles! Available on rent at many rental stores across the city, you need a valid license to ride one.
  • By Car: Renting a car is possible. It is easy to get carried away and speed up while you are in this NASCAR city! Be safe and stick to speed limits.
  • By Taxi: Taxis are easily available. Some companies include Yellow Cab, All Florida Cab, Beach Taxi and Southern Komfort Taxi.

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Daytona Beach. The most preferred mode of transport in Daytona Beach is Car.

Average distance: 12.6 km Average time: 36.5 min

  • Car 75%
    Driving 18.33 min Walking 0.33 min Overall average time for 10.46 kms 18.67 min
  • Bus/Trolleybus 25%
    Bus 60 min Waiting 15 min Walking 15 min Overall average time for 19 kms 90 min
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