Access to and from the Smith Reynolds Airport can easily be achieved by using one of several county roads and interstate highways which lead into and out of vicinity of the airport.
The main access road leading to the airport, North Liberty St., travels in a north/south direction and perpendicular to the terminal’s main entrance road (Norfleet Drive).
Access to the airport’s northernmost property can be achieved by traveling north on North Liberty until it splits into Lansing Dr. Lansing Dr. parallels the westernmost airport property and leads to several non-aviation related uses including tractor trailer storage, county bus parking, and to a community college.
Access to the airport’s southern facilities can be achieved by traveling south on N. Liberty St. until it intersects Fairchild Road. Fairchild road runs east until it turns into Aviation Drive which leads directly into the ARFF, Heritage Maintenance, and T-hangar facilities.
North Liberty St. also connects the airport to the nearby Highway 52 (John M Gold Freeway) which travels north from Winston Salem to Mount Airy and continues south until it intersects highway 40 (east/west) and continues further south to Lexington.