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Transportation services in Phoenix

Transportation in Phoenix



International Airport Phoenix Sky Harbor is located east of downtown Phoenix, Arizona and just five minutes from the city. Sky Harbor Airport is a great service with most carriers. Sky Harbor has three terminals: Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 4. Your Free Airport Transfer Service Bus provides transport between different terminals.

Each terminal is equipped with a multi-story garage. There are two economic long term parking in the west and east sides of the airport, and two economic garages, Garage A and B, located on the east side of the airport, all have frequent and free shuttle bus from the parking lots to terminals.

There is a new free section called Entering and Exiting in an area west of Terminal 2, designed for drivers who are waiting for a newcomer passenger.


There are many car rental agencies that offer their services at Sky Harbor. The Super Shuttle or Super Transport, provides passenger transport service 24 hours a day, from their homes, businesses or hotels to the Airport SkyHarbor. Super Shuttle service covers the entire Phoenix metropolitan area. A journey to the center costs about $ 10.

Valley Metro, the bus from the city of Phoenix, has services at three terminals Sky Harbor, through its Red Line and Route 13.

There are three taxi service to Sky Harbor. The average fare to downtown Phoenix taxi is $ 12. Limousine service is also available in Sky Harbor. A trip from the airport to downtown Phoenix is ​​about $ 15.

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There are two major highways that pass through Phoenix. Interstate 10 (I-10) runs north to south and is the main route out to the south to Tucson Arizona. Prior to joining I-17, I-10 highway curves west and goes to Los Angeles, California. The I-17 is going to Flagstaff, Arizona and is the path that leads to the Grand Canyon. U.S. Route 60 going east, out of the valley. Highway 87 takes you to the northeast, leaving Phoenix. Circuit U.S. Route 101 (U.S. Loop 101), takes a turn and connects the north side, east and west of the valley.

For online car rental services options in Phoenix and across Arizona one can visit


The company no longer has direct Amtrak service to Phoenix, but the Sunset Limited route has travel to the town of Maricopa, Arizona, about 25 miles (40 km) south of downtown Phoenix. The Sunset tour begins and ends in Los Angeles, California and Louisiana. (The route continues generally to Orlando, Florida, but due to complications caused by Hurricane Katrina, the service has been suspended until further notice.)

The Southwest Chief route has travel Flagstaff, Arizona, located 125 miles north (201 km) from Phoenix. The route travels between the cities of Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles, California .

Amtrak does offer shuttle buses (bus) per day connection to Flagstaff.

Interstate Buses

Greyhound buses have services to Phoenix every day of the week. There are four routes in and out of the city. One of these routes runs south, passing through Tucson. Another route goes north from Phoenix and is divided east and west enFlagstaff, Arizona. The other two routes going west to California and are divided into areas of San Diego and Los Angeles.
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