Travel from North-Carolina to Rhode-Island

Train, bus or fly from North Carolina to Rhode Island?

American Airlines, Frontier Airlines and 3 other airlines fly from Charlotte to Warwick hourly. Alternatively, Amtrak operates a train from Charlotte to Providence twice daily. Tickets cost $85 - $250 and the journey takes 12 h. Amtrak Acela Express also services this route every 3 hours.

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How to get from North Carolina to Rhode Island

From Charlotte Transportation Center line 5 bus to Charlotte airport, fly to Providence airport, then bus to Warwick. 4 h 29 min $214. From N Harrison Ave at W Johnson St line 300 bus to Regional Transit Center, line 100 bus to Raleigh/Durham airport, fly to Providence airport, then bus to Warwick. 4 h 41 min $198. From N Harrison Ave at W Johnson St line 300 bus to Regional Transit Center, line 100 bus to Raleigh/Durham airport, fly to Boston airport, bus to South Station, train to South Attleboro, then taxi to Cumberland. 5 h 46 min $227. From Charlotte Transportation Center line 5 bus to Charlotte airport, fly to Boston airport, bus to South Station, train to South Attleboro, then taxi to Cumberland. 5 h 48 min $183. From Charlotte taxi to Charlotte Amtrak, train to New York Penn Station, then train to Providence Amtrak. 15 h 56 min $227. From Charlotte taxi to Charlotte, NC, bus to 30Th St At Bergenline Ave, line 108 bus to New York City, NY - Port Authority Bus Terminal, then bus to 1, Kennedy Plaza, Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, 02903, United States of America. 16 h 14 min $206. From CTC/Arena Light Rail to Charlotte NC, Megabus to New York, walk to Manhattan, NY, then bus to Providence, RI. 22 h $103. From Charlotte drive to Providence. 13 h 57 min $96.