Ferry in CBD & Warehouse District

Canal Street Ferry

Departing from the foot of Canal St is a fast and fabulous ride across the Mississippi to Algiers, an attractive historic neighborhood, and back. The ferry is open to pedestrians and cyclists (no cars).
Bicycle Rental in New Orleans

Blue Bikes

The city operates a fleet of blue bicycles for rent with kiosks across the French Quarter, Lower Garden District, Marigny, Bywater and Tremé. You need to register for a plan online or via an app to use the service.
Bus Station in CBD & Warehouse District

Union Passenger Terminal

The Union Passenger Terminal is home to Greyhound, which has regular buses to Baton Rouge (two hours), Memphis, TN (11 hours) and Atlanta, GA (12 hours). Amtrak trains also operate from the Union Passenger Terminal,…
Tram in New Orleans

Rampart-St. Claude Streetcar

The newest addition to the city's streetcar fleet is the Rampart-St. Claude line, a major commuter transit and also a nice way for French Quarter tourists to get from Canal St to the Marigny region. It begins in the…
Tram in Uptown & Riverbend

St Charles Avenue Streetcar

A buck twenty-five gets you on the St Charles Avenue Streetcar, which plies the world's oldest continuously operating street railway system. It travels through the CBD, the Garden District and into Uptown/Riverbend.…
Tram in New Orleans

Canal Streetcar

Two slightly different lines connect the CBD to Mid-City via Canal St. Both run from Harrah's Casino up Canal St; one terminates near City Park Ave and the entrance to the Greenwood Cemetery, and runs 24 hours, whil…
Bicycle Rental in Tremé-Lafitte

Dashing Bicycles

This excellent bike shop has a fleet of well-kept, multicolored bicycles for rent. The friendly owners can give good tips on two-wheeled exploration in town. Multiday rentals are charged at $25 per day.
Bicycle Rental in CBD & Warehouse District


This bicycle shop offers several varieties of rental bicycles, from zippy road bikes to casual, laid-back city cruisers. Attached to the cafe of the same name.
Information in New Orleans

RTA Paratransit

Transit information customer service for travelers with disabilities. The service ($2) is available from 4am to midnight Monday to Saturday, and from 5am to midnight Sunday.
Tram in New Orleans

Riverfront Streetcar

The shortest streetcar line, more or less exclusively aimed at tourists, connects the French Quarter to the CBD via a 2-mile riverside tram line.