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Transportation Options for the City of Naples

The City of Naples is served by two airports, one regional and one international, as well as Greyhound bus service and Interstate 75, the most common access for the area.  Only the Naples Airport (APF), with limited scheduled service to Miami, is within the city proper. Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) is only a 30 mile drive, located east of Fort Myers.

For travel within the area, the city is served by a County-Wide transportation system, Collier Area Transport (CAT) as well as a number of taxi and car service companies.  The City of Naples is also served by the Naples Trolley, with stops at many tourist attractions.


The Naples Municipal Airport is a fixed base operator for private aircraft and supports a number of charter services.  Conveniently located within the City of Naples and minutes from beaches, hotels and downtown, it is the preferred gateway for private and corporate aircraft.

The Southwest Florida International Airport lies about 30 miles north of the City of Naples, just off exit 128 of I75.  Served by most major US airlines as well as international carriers such as Air Canada and Air Berlin, this is the primary flight destination for visitors to Southwest Florida, including the City of Naples.


Primary ground access to the City of Naples is by car, via Interstate 75 from both the North and East.  Naples is served by multiple exits from 101 to 111, the most direct being exit 105, Golden Gate Parkway, which runs West to US41 in the City of Naples.

Naples is also directly on US41, the Tamiami Trail, running from Miami through Southwest Florida and North through Tampa and eventually Atlanta and beyond.  While this route can be congested with local traffic, the scenic drive to or from the Miami area can be one of the most rewarding facets of a vacation.

Greyhound bus service is available to the City of Naples through the terminal located on Davis Blvd., just outside the city limits.  Local taxi service is available to take you to your destination from the terminal and the Collier Area Transit (CAT) system has a stop near by.

Collier County runs the Collier Area Transit (CAT) system of local bus routes using ecologically friendly vehicles and serves most areas of the county and City of Naples.  A transfer option to the Lee County Transportation (LeeTran) system allows for travel between both counties.


The City of Naples has a public dock that accepts transient docking for vessels up to 120 feet for short stays at reasonable fees.  Located at marker 34 in Naples Bay, the dock monitors VHF channel 16.

Naples Municipal Airport
Commercial Airline Terminal
500 Terminal Drive
Naples, FL 34104

Southwest Florida International Airport

Central Park Bus Terminal
2669 Davis Blvd
Naples, FL 34104

Collier Area Transit

City Dock