Conference Spotlight: Getting to Orlando for IACP 2014

Millions of people travel to Orlando, Florida, for business and vacation every year, so it’s no wonder that Orlando is one of the most easily accessible cities in the United States. This also makes it the perfect location for IACP 2014, as conference attendees can utilize many different transportations options to get to the city.

Over 40 airlines fly into Orlando International Airport (MCO), with airfare rates among the cheapest in U.S. airports. On top of that, special airline discounts between 2%-10% off are available from Delta Air Lines and United Airlines – only for IACP 2014 attendees! Find these deals on our conference website.

Several major highways also help connect travelers to Orlando:

  • Interstate 4 connects Interstates 95 and 75 and runs right through the heart of Orlando.
  • State Road 528 joins Orlando, Orlando International Airport, the East Coast beaches, and the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
  • State Road 417 (the GreeneWay) is a Beltway that circles the city of Orlando.
  • State Road 408 (East-West Expressway) also goes right through the city of Orlando, connecting the Florida Turnpike to State Road 50 (Colonial Drive).
  • The Florida Turnpike provides a way from Interstate 74 through central Florida on to Miami.

Various transportation methods from Orlando International Airport help connect travelers to their destinations in Orlando:

  • IACP 2014 attendees receive discounted rates on shared ride shuttle services, thanks to SuperShuttle Orlando! Find out more information here.
  • Taxis can be found on both the A and B sides of the Main Terminal; taxi cab rates from the airport to local areas can be found here.
  • Orlando International Airport boasts the largest selection of rental car companies – visit their website to see a full list.
  • Orlando’s public bus system, LYNX, has routes servicing the Orange County Convention Center and the airport.

Remember, IACP 2014 is being held from October 25-28 at the Orange County Convention Center – West Building. Looking for more information on getting around Orlando, booking a hotel, or registering? Visit our conference website for the best deals on hotels and transportation at

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