Moving to Columbus, Ohio from Honolulu, Hawaii?

I am going to be moving to Columbus from Honolulu sometime next summer. Honolulu has a great transportation system that can go practically anywhere (ferry and bus). My main concern is that I will not have a car. So what options do I have? Is there a bus system that travels on practically every road? Is there a train/subway system? Also, how is the job market? Any information that you may think I will find useful please feel free to add. Thank you!

Asked By: haole_pinya_427 - 10/2/2007
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Sunspot, I lived in Columbus for 12 years. The bus system is COTA and serves much of the metro Columbus area well, especially downtown. Typical of a newer city, Columbus is spread out and there will certainly be spots that aren't easily accessible by bus, but if you're careful about picking your location, you should... More
Answered By: Oiler - 10/2/2007
Additional Answers (10)
Why move!!??? Anyway...Google "Columbus,Ohio" + "public transportation" Good luck.
Answered By: dad2two56 - 10/2/2007
How was that helpful? Im sure they already knew that...LOL... More
Answered By: Star - 10/2/2007
I live in Ohio yet not in Columbus. I have to say there are no subways, trains like there is in area's we visited this summer like Pennsylvania. There are buses. The one that I know of is COTA (website: I have not used this system so I cannot share any information... More
Answered By: Skeeter - 10/2/2007
Answered By: UCANTCME - 10/2/2007
Here is the transit site for Columbus. I wouldn't worry too much about it. These bus systems are all pretty much the same. They all suck, but if you got to use them. They will get you where you are going.
Answered By: 80sGuy - 10/2/2007
what a culture shock that will be!
Answered By: create62 - 10/2/2007
you're gonna have to have a're also gonna need an anti-depressant! Columbus is one of the most uninteresting, non-scenic, ho hum places on earth! I'd reconsider my plans if I were you. You're trading in a beautiful, bright, great fitting outfit for a potato sack!
Answered By: Robin Hood - 10/2/2007
Welcome to Columbus. I was in Hawaii last year and can say that it is one of the most beutiful places I have ever visited... More
Answered By: bulova6 - 10/2/2007
are you leaving me? where did i go wrong?
Answered By: BOLT FAN!!!! - 10/2/2007
Columbus has COTA buses, but not a "cover all" system. You will need a car here. And a coat by the Fall, especially if you are used to Hawaii's weather.
Answered By: Kevin - 10/3/2007
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