Lafayette, LA earned the nickname the Hub City for a reason. We are centrally located to some of the best small towns, some less than 15 minutes away. Whether you're coming by train, plane, bus, or automobile we have you covered. See below for a list of ways to get to the heart of Louisiana's Cajun & Creole Country.

Lafayette Regional Airport

Lafayette Regional Airport

The Lafayette Regional Airport is located next to U.S. Highway 90 (future Interstate 49) on the east side of the city. Although the airport does not have international flights, regional jet service is operated nonstop to three hubs: Atlanta (ATL), Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) and Houston (IAH) through United, American, and Delta.

Lafayette Transit System


Lafayette Transit System is serviced by Greyhound and is located at 100 Lee Ave. Lafayette, LA 70501 in the Rosa Parks Transportation Center in the heart of Downtown Lafayette. The bus station and ticketing office is open seven days a week from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. To view upcoming bus trips click here or call the main office at (337) 235-1541, for tickets (337) 235-1541, and for package express (337) 233-6750.



Lafayette's AMTRAK station is located at 100 Lee Avenue, Lafayette, LA 70501 in the Rosa Parks Transportation Center in the heart of Downtown Lafayette. The Lafayette stop on the route is after Lake Charles and before New Iberia continuing on to New Orleans. To view available trips click here.

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Getting to Lafayette

The city of Lafayette, LA is located in the center of Lafayette Parish at the intersection of I-10 and I-49 between New Orleans and Houston and only 35 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico.

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