By Air

    There are two choices for flying into the Akron area: Akron Canton Regional Airport (CAK) or Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE). More flights service the Cleveland airport daily, but it is farther away than the Akron airport. Frontier Airlines and Air-Tran Airways, two low-cost airlines, have recently begun flying into the Akron airport. Driving form Cleveland to Akron takes about 45 minutes from the airport. If you fly into the Cleveland airport, you can take the METRO RTA, Akron's Regional Transit Authority, to Akron via commuter bus. Likewise if you fly into the Akron airport, there are a number of ground transportation options, including car rental, limousine rental, bus and taxi. 

By Car

    Akron is located at the junction of a number of major interstates. Interstate 76 enters Akron from the east in the direction of I-80. Interstate 77 heads south where it meets up with I-70. Interstate 77 heads north to Cleveland, and I-71 goes southwest in the direction of Columbus.

By Train

    There is no major train service to Akron anymore, as Amtrak stopped servicing the city in 2005

By Bus

    SARTA has a bus line running between Canton and Akron.