Getting Around & Maps
More than 50 flights take off every day from Tucson International Airport (TUS) with nonstop service to 20+ destination airports, with convenient one-stop connections to more than 300+ cities around the world. For the best deals on airfare, visit Tucson airport's airfare portal, www.flytucson.com.
Amtrak passenger service and major bus lines, such as Greyhound give you non-flying options for traveling to Tucson. For drivers, Tucson is on Interstate 10, the main highway between California and Florida.
Tucson's Sun Link Streetcar Tucson's four-mile Sun Link Streetcar route links the University of Arizona campus with four downtown-area shopping-dining-entertainment districts, from Main Gate Square, adjacent to the university on the east end, to Mercado San Agustin, in the Sentinel Peak district on the west end, by way of the Historic Fourth Avenue and the Congress Street districts.
Utilize Tucson’s TuGo Bike Share for getting up close and personal with the Old Pueblo.
Getting Around Tucson is Easy
Tucson's transportation system will get you where you need to go. In the city, call SunTran, the public bus system, at (520) 792-9222 for route maps and schedules. Of course, there are many major car rental agencies, charter services and taxi companies too.
Traveling Around the State
Arizona's diversity offers travelers an endless variety of experiences. Make Tucson your starting point for a tour of the state. To start planning your road trip, download a PDF map of open rest stops.
If visiting from Mexico, Canada, or the Caribbean, you must have secured travel documentation to enter the country. If an American citizen crosses the border into Mexico and wishes to return to the United States, he/she MUST present valid secured travel documentation: passport; passport card; Enhanced Driver's License; trusted traveler program card (NEXUS, FAST or SENTRI); U.S. Merchant Mariner Document when traveling in conjunction with official maritime business in order to do so. For more information, please visit the Get You Home website.
Use these helpful resources to help guide your way around and through Tucson's latest construction projects. You are encouraged to use the 511 travel information alerting system by dialing 5-1-1 from any land-line or mobile phone in Arizona. Outside Arizona, please dial 1-888-411-ROAD (7623).