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Getting to GBC

Not familiar with the area? Below youll find directions to get to GBC whether youre driving, flying, or taking public transit.


Driving

From New York/New Jersey

Take the NJ Turnpike over the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Take I-95 South. Follow that until Exit 4B. Exit at 4B which will take you onto Churchman's Road. Turn right onto Route 7. Follow it north past Delaware Park veering left to continue on Route 7. DO NOT FOLLOW ROUTE 4. Limestone Road (Route 7) will cross over Kirkwood Highway (Route 2) at a main intersection (Crossroads Restaurant, Shell Gas Station, NTB Auto, WSFS Bank). After this point, you will go through 4 traffic lights on Limestone Road. Make a right turn at the 5th light, New Linden Hill Road and GBC, where the GBC sign is.

From Washington D.C./Maryland/Baltimore

Take I-95 North over until Exit 4B. Follow that until Exit 4B. Exit at 4B which will take you onto Churchman's Road. Turn right onto Route 7. Follow it north past Delaware Park veering left to continue on Route 7. DO NOT FOLLOW ROUTE 4. Limestone Road (Route 7) will cross over Kirkwood Highway (Route 2) at a main intersection (Crossroads Restaurant, Shell Gas Station, NTB Auto, WSFS Bank). After this point, you will go through 4 traffic lights on Limestone Road. Make a right turn at the 5th light, New Linden Hill Road and GBC, where the GBC sign is.

From Downstate (Dover, VA, NC, etc.)

Take route 13 North to Route 1. Follow Route 1 past the Christiana Mall. Just past the Mall you'll see Toys'R'Us on the right. Route 1 turns into Route 7 at this point. Follow it north past Delaware Park veering left to continue on Route 7. DO NOT FOLLOW ROUTE 4. Limestone Road (Route 7) will cross over Kirkwood Highway (Route 2) at a main intersection (Crossroads Restaurant, Shell Gas Station, NTB Auto, WSFS Bank). After this point, you will go through 4 traffic lights on Limestone Road. Make a right turn at the 5th light, New Linden Hill Road and GBC, where the GBC sign is.

From Pennsylvania Area (West Chester, Media)

Take Route 202 to I-95 South. Follow that until Exit 4B. Exit at 4B which will take you onto Churchman's Road. Turn right onto Route 7. Follow it north past Delaware Park veering left to continue on Route 7. DO NOT FOLLOW ROUTE 4. Limestone Road (Route 7) will cross over Kirkwood Highway (Route 2) at a main intersection (Crossroads Restaurant, Shell Gas Station, NTB Auto, WSFS Bank). After this point, you will go through 4 traffic lights on Limestone Road. Make a right turn at the 5th light, New Linden Hill Road and GBC, where the GBC sign is.

Public Transit

Amtrak trains operate nationwide and the East Coast network, which runs between Florida to New England, includes a stop in Wilmington. Greyhound and Peter Pan buses from Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., New York City, and numerous other cities travel to Wilmington.

The buses arrive in front of the Wilmington train station. From the Wilmington train station, it is a 35-minute ride to the College via the DART Routes 18 & 30 buses. Buses run at frequent intervals and cost $1.75 each way or $3.70 for an all-day pass.

Various shuttle and taxi services also provide transportation in the Wilmington area. Additionally, regional rail service (SEPTA) is available to Wilmington on the Wilmington/Newark Line.

Flying & Shuttles

Philadelphia International Airport, about 50 minutes North of the College, and Baltimore/Washington International Airport, just over one hour South of the College, are the two closest and most convenient international airports.

If you are driving to the College from any of the airports, follow our directions for travel by car. Otherwise, ground transportation to and from the College is provided by various airport shuttle services.

Other regional airports include:

If you are arriving by air, you can use one of several airport shuttle services to get to the College, including Delaware Express Shuttle and Super Shuttle.

If you plan to arrive in Wilmington by bus or train, you can either take the DART Route 18 or 30 bus to the College or contact one of Wilmington's taxi services, like City Cab of Delaware.


Please note that the companies and services listed here are in no way sponsored or endorsed by the College.