Airport in Tucson

Tucson International Airport

Located 15 miles south of downtown. Served by six airlines, with nonstop flights to 19 destinations including Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Shuttle in Tucson

Adobe Shuttle

Runs 12-person vans from Tucson to Kitt Peak National Observatory, starting at $275 one-way (the more people in your group, the lower the prices).
Train in Tucson

Amtrak

The Sunset Limited, operated by Amtrak, comes through on its way west to Los Angeles (10 hours, three weekly) and east to New Orleans (37 hours, three weekly).
Bus in Tucson

Sun Tran

Sun Tran buses serve the entire metro area. Single fares are $1.75 when paying cash, or $1.60 using the rechargeable SunGo card (see the website for details).
Airline in Tucson

Southwest Airlines

Major regional and budget carrier. Flies to Albuquerque, NM, Denver, CO, Phoenix, AZ, Tucson, AZ, Las Vegas, NV, Salt Lake City, UT, and El Paso, TX.
Tram in Tucson

SunLink

This streetcar links downtown and the University of Arizona. Bikes are permitted on board.
Bus in Tucson

Greyhound

Runs seven buses a day to Phoenix (from $12, two hours), among other destinations.
Bus Station in Tucson

Ronstadt Transit Center

This is the main hub for public Sun Tran buses.
Taxi in Tucson

Yellow Cab

One of the larger taxi operators in Tucson.
Bus in Tucson

FlixBus