You’re here, and that’s fantastic!

Now for the details on getting around. Of course, there are rental cars available, but there is also the Sun Link Streetcar in the city’s core, taxis, app-based ridesharing, and Tucson’s TuGo Bike Share for getting up close and personal with the Old Pueblo.

Renting a Car

All of the major car rental agencies have fleets at Tucson International Airport. You’ll also find a number of rental car agencies throughout the city if looking for a shorter-term or specialty rental during your stay.

Tucson’s Sun Link Streetcar

Tucson’s Sun Link Streetcar will link the University of Arizona to the Mercado neighborhood by way of downtown Tucson and the popular 4th Avenue dining, shopping, and entertainment district, following the main artery of Tucson’s Urban Core.

Taxis, Limos, Shuttles & Charters

In many parts of Tucson, including downtown and the University area, you can walk to great dining, shopping, and entertainment, but you may want wheels while you’re here. If you prefer not to rent a car, taxi and limo services can get you where you need to go. Shuttle services and charter services also offer convenient transportation to the airport and other locations.

Bus Service within Tucson

Tucson’s Sun Tran bus service offers more than 40 routes throughout the city and its outskirts, including 13 express routes. Learn more online or call (520) 792-9222 for route maps and schedules.

More Transportation Info

There are a number of ways to get updates on traffic, construction, detours and closures around Tucson:

Tune your radio to AM 1630

Dial 511, or dial (888) 411-ROAD if calling from outside Arizona

Check out the Transview website or these other online resources: Traffic Updates, Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) YouTube Channel and ADOT Traffic Alerts.

Please note: Some areas of town do use speed enforcement cameras. Mind your speed to stay happy and safe!

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