Electron and hole transport is demonstrated on bulk crystals of the organic semiconductor 9,10-diphenylanthracene (DPA). The high mobilities at room temperature for electrons (ca. 13 cm2 Vs–1) and holes (ca. 3.7 cm2 Vs–1) make DPA a prominent candidate for device applications. The hole mobility follows a bandlike transport at high temperatures (200K–400K) and a saturation behavior in the low-temperature regime (see figure), the latter being discussed in the context of various transport models.