Taking I-15 is a common choice when coming to Cedar City. Take exit 59, and it will put you on Highway 56 (which is 200 N). This route puts you two blocks north of campus, and on the same road as Abbey Inn and Suites. From St. George, the trip will take about 45 minutes. From Utah County, it takes a little less than 3 hours.
ALTERNATIVES TO DRIVING/CARPOOLING
ST. GEORGE SHUTTLE
The St. George Shuttle is a very convenient way to get to Cedar City if you don't want to drive. When booking a shuttle ticket, choose the destination "Cedar City, UT - SUU Football Stadium..." as your destination and they will drop you off on the west edge of campus. Our conference building is about five blocks to the east of the drop-off.
BUSES & OTHER SHUTTLES
There are a number of other shuttle systems that service Cedar City, such as Salt Lake City Express and Red Rock Shuttle. There are also two bus systems that stop in Cedar City: Flixbus, which runs across the state and country and has a stop on SUU campus, and Greyhound, which has one stop on either side of I-15.
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT
If it's a long drive, you may prefer to catch a plane into Cedar City. Service to Cedar City (CDC) is available through the Salt Lake City (SLC) based Delta Connection. Visit the website to check times and book your flight.
GETTING AROUND TOWN
The Cedar Area Transportation System (CATS) makes a loop around the city and drops off on the East side of campus. There are stops throughout Cedar City to help you get around easily and quickly.