Often after a motor vehicle accident a person’s car will be damaged. If your vehicle is being repaired after an accident or is declared a total loss, you may not have access to transportation for a period of time. Alternate forms of transportation are available and the money you pay for these services may be reimbursable from the at-fault insurance company. We have taken the time to post transportation services in Greensboro, North Carolina, that may be useful to you in determining how you will travel while you wait for your car to be repaired or for your total loss check to be issued.
If you run into problems with the property damage portion of your claim, it may be advisable to contact an attorney in your area.
Greensboro Transit Authority
Information: Regular bus fare is $1.50 one way with free transfers. Discounts are available for certain groups and passes are available at several locations – see website for details.
Regional Hub: 602 S Regional Rd, Greensboro, NC 27409
Phone: (336) 373-2634
PART: Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation
Information: This organization encompasses ten counties to provide transportation services across the Piedmont Triad. Regular one-way fares are $2.50 and discounts are available for certain groups. See website for routes and schedules.
Station: 107 Arrow Road, Greensboro NC 27409
Phone: (800) 588-7787
Information: Buses allow riders to travel to and from Greensboro and across the United States. See website for fares, routes, and schedules.
Station: 234 E Washington St, Greensboro, NC 27401
Phone: (336) 272-8950
Yellow United Taxi
Taxi service is available 24/7 and makes special accommodations for elderly or disabled passengers.
Address: 801 S Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27406
This service offers flat-rate rides throughout the Triad and operates 24 hours on Fridays and Saturdays. See website for rates and to schedule your pickup.
Call: (336) 510-8339
Address: 311 S. Westgate Drive, Ste D, Greensboro NC 27407
Offers 24/7 service in the Greensboro region. Call to set a pick up.
Call: (336) 681-7188
Download the Uber and Lyft apps on your smartphone to conveniently and safely travel around Greensboro. It should be noted that rates vary by length of trip, number of requests in your area, and your current location. Both services ensure that all drivers are safe and verified. For easy payment, you pay using a linked debit or credit card in the app.
Information: Check website for information on rates, schedules, and accommodations. Amtrak offers several North Carolina routes, including one across the state and one north to New York City.
Station: 236 E Washington St, Greensboro, NC 27401
Phone: (800) 872-7245
Organizations like Bicycling in Greensboro promote safety and accessibility for bicyclists in Greensboro. The group also has an initiative that provides bicycles and equipment to financially needy people that wish to use a bicycle. Check out the website for links related to biking in the Greensboro area.
The City of Greensboro also operates a biking program and has established new routes in the past ten years. See the website for a map of the routes and to understand road conditions. Greensboro aims to be a bicycle-friendly community.
If you are interested in buying a bicycle, check out Trek Bicycle Store, located at 1209 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, NC 27408. Call (336) 273-0100.
Information: PTI offers non-stop transportation to 14 locations in the United States and averages 280 takeoffs and landings per day. In 2013, 917,477 passengers flew in or out of PTI. See the website for information regarding rental cars, hotel shuttles, parking, and to address any other questions.
Phone: (336) 665-5600
Address: 1000 Ted Johnson Pkwy, Greensboro, NC 27409
Multiple locations throughout Greensboro, including at PTI.
Downtown: 501 W Gate City Blvd, Greensboro, NC, US, 27406
Phone: (336) 275-1299
Information: Drivers must be 25 or older to rent a vehicle. Rates vary – contact a Greensboro branch for more information.
Multiple locations around the Triad.
1619 Westover Terrace
Greensboro , North Carolina 27408
Phone: (336) 282-8288
Information: Driver must be at least 25 years old to rent at Hertz. Special deals are available for those whose vehicles are being repaired after a car accident.
SCAT is Greensboro’s shared-ride transportation for persons with disabilities who are not able to use the GTA or PART buses. To apply and determine eligibility, see website. SCAT serves within the city limits and costs $1.50 each way. Passes are also available. Reservations for pick up can be made over the phone or using the online reservation service.
Address: 223 W Meadowview Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406
Phone: (336) 333-6589