2024 Transportation


It’s as easy to get around in Greenville as it is to get here in the first place. Arrive by car, plane, train, or bus, you’ve got a lot of options! GSP International Airport plays host to seven major carriers and waves goodbye to more than 100 non-stop departing flights each day. And if you’re driving, that’s easy, too. Interstates 85 and 385 run right through Greenville. Just pick the exit that takes you where you want to be first! Once you’re here, you can get around by car, taxi, public transportation, or even a bicycle; this is Share the Road country, and we’re happy to do it!

The 2024 SGS Conference will take place at the:

  • Hyatt Regency Greenville
  • 220 North Main Street, Greenville, South Carolina, United States, 29601
  • Phone: +1 864-235-1234
  • GPS Address: 60 Beattie Place, Greenville, South Carolina, United States, 29601
  • Click here for Lodging Information.

Parking Info:

Valet parking is available at the hotel for $22 a day. City parking is available at Commons Garage adjacent to the hotel.

Area Info:

Greenville, SC is serviced by the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP), approximately 15 minutes from the heart of downtown Greenville. Air service is frequent and convenient, with service provided by seven major airlines: Allegiant, American Airlines, Contour Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Inc., Silver Airways, Southwest Airlines, and United Airlines.

For travel options from the airport, click here.

Greenville is also serviced by Amtrak and Greyhound.

Public Transit Centers:

  • Bus 9 at Transit Center Bay 1 » Access to Greenville Station
  • Bus 12 at Townes Street and E Elford Street » Access to McPherson Park, Overbrook, Alumni Stadium, and Haywood Mall
  • Learn more about Greenlink Transit.

Free Downtown Trolley Service:

In 1901 when the first electric trolley lumbered around Greenville, it cost a nickel. Here’s something you never hear: it’s even cheaper now! It’s free and runs on five different routes around the downtown area from Thursday through Sunday year-round (or seasonally for certain routes). It’s a nice break for sore feet and a great way to see the town. The red and blue open-air vintage trolleys are wheelchair accessible and equipped with bicycle racks. Click here to find maps and information on all five routes, info on the Transit app, a real-time trolley locator, and trolley rules.