T.F. Green Airport has direct access to I-95 via a one-mile-long connector highway. The airport is served by major
car rental companies as well as by local taxi and limousine services.
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) offers public bus transportation to and from the cities of Providence
(Kennedy Plaza in downtown Providence) and Newport, and the University of Rhode Island campus in Kingston. In particular:
- The #20 bus goes to Kennedy Plaza by way of Elmwood and Roger Williams Park and Zoo, and takes approximately 40 minutes.
- The #14 bus goes directly to and from Kennedy Plaza and takes approximately 15-25 minutes, also connects to
Newport, Narragansett, and East Greenwich.
An intermodal station, completed in October 2010, includes an elevated walkway to the terminal, a rental car garage, and commuter rail parking.
The MBTA commuter rail service to and from downtown Providence and Boston commenced on December 6, 2010 and was expanded on November 14, 2011.
Scheduled are ten round trip weekday trains. Inbound trips are scheduled to take 90 minutes to Boston's South Station, with outbound trips taking
75 minutes. Service expansion south, to Wickford Junction, began in April 2012. Amtrak has formally stated they will not stop at the station
for the foreseeable future citing lack of being economically feasible.