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Commuting in Ocala, Florida
A segment of Interstate 75, a major north-south highway, is adjacent to the Ocala, Florida area, which has three exits. U.S. Highways 441 and 27 also traverse on a north-south axis; so does State Road 19. An east-west road, State Road 40, bisects the county as it travels westward across the state from Ormond Beach to Yankeetown. Most citizens need cars to get around, but traffic is comparatively sparse and not a problem. The city of Ocala also provides scheduled bus service throughout the city limits. Amtrak passenger service and CSX freight service is available, as are two executive airports, Ocala Regional and Dunnellon Airport, and a regional airport is an hour away in Gainesville (Alachua County). This interior county has no deep-water port, but the Port of Tampa is 90 miles away and the Port of Jacksonville is 100 miles away. Major airports are Orlando (80 miles), Tampa (100 miles), and Jacksonville (100 miles).
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