Columbus/Northeast is defined as being North of Interstate 70 and East of Interstate 71, in Columbus, Ohio. Included in this area would be Westerville, Minerva Park, New Albany, Gahanna, Whitehall and Reynoldsburg. It is also where Columbus Int. Airport is located.

Get in

By bus

By plane

Get Around

By car

I-270 circles Columbus with exits to Columbus areas. If you are arriving at Columbus International Airport, there is no lack of rental car agencies, nor is there a lack of long term parking at those rental agencies. Leaving the airport grounds, at the stop light, go straight to the I-71 ramps or 670 if you wish to go downtown. Once familiar with the road system, it is quite easy to navagate.

By bus

The COTA bus service , while not by any standard one of the greatest in the nation, can take you to most important places in the city, which should be about 5 blocks away from any conceivable location you need to go to. This service costs $2.00 for an express bus and $1.50 for a normal bus. Transfers are free; ask for one from the bus driver when you pay your fare. They are available at the Columbus Int. Airport.

By taxi

From Columbus Int. Airport +1 614-239-TAXI. Taxis are available in the ground transportation area of the terminal 24/7. An electronic meter will be activated to compute your fare from Port Columbus International Airport. The approximate fare into downtown Columbus is $22.00


Franklin Park Conservatory




Food Safety – In Columbus, starting late May of 2007, all 6,000 local restaurants must post color coded signs that reflect the results of the most previous inspection by the Columbus Public Health Dept. Green = passing most recent inspection. Red, yellow or white suggests you probably may want to reconsider your options. The law applies to public pools, tattoo parlors, spas, campgrounds as well as food markets. The sign must be obvious, within five foot of an entrance.







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