AFW to Greenville Travel Information

Cheapest Way Bus — $18
Fastest Way Bus — 1h 51min
Eco-Friendly Way Bus — 11 lb CO2
Available Modes 2 modes — bus and by car
Distance 71 miles
Bus
$22 · 2h 26min · 14 lb of CO2
Fort Worth to Caddo Mills
+4 more options
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Drive
$10 · 1h 30min · 18 lb of CO2
AFW to Greenville

Drive from AFW airport

It's 71 miles between AFW to Greenville. On a typical day, it might take between 1h 30min and 1h 35min from AFW to Greenville under normal conditions. If traffic is heavy, it could take around 1h 39min and costs will only go up due to traffic and congestion to drive to Greenville by car. In these situations, we would highly recommend public transit if available.

We estimate driving cost by using a 20 mpg fuel economy, fuel costing $2.70 per US gallon, the one-way cost of the drive, excluding tolls, may be about $9.

What is the best way to travel from AFW to Greenville?

The are 5 different ways across 2 unique modes of transportation to help you travel from AFW to Greenville. Book as soon as you can, as there may be limited availability.

When to book trip from AFW to Greenville?

On your trip from AFW to Greenville, it is best to book as soon as possible. It won't necessarily help reduce your price by a large amount, but will ensure that you have a spot on the bus or train. Shuttle service may be available to Greenville. If you're traveling with a large group, you should probably take a shuttle as it will reduce the price per person. Alternatively, there are shared shuttle services available. With this option, you'll want to book as soon as possible to allow the shuttle service enough time to coordinate your pickup and dropoff.

What's the cheapest way from AFW to Greenville?

The absolute cheapest way to travel from AFW to Greenville is by bus. The bus costs $18 roughly and will take 1 hour 51 minutes.

How long does it take from AFW to Greenville by car?

The total distance between AFW and Greenville is 71 miles and will take you about 1 hour 30 minutes. By car with an average gas consumption rate of 20 mpg or gas costs alone will run you $10.