Phoenix Transportation

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  • 1. Sky Harbor Airport-getting there by plane

    Phoenix is the sixth most populace metropolitan area in the United States, so Phoenix Skyharbor International Airport is a major airport. On a typical day 1200 flights and 100,000 people come and go...

  • 2. Buses

    I guess the quality of mass transit in Phoenix is up to the individual. I used it for years, one can get around the city of Phoenix and the surrounding suburbs fairly easily, albeit, it is...

  • 3. Getting around by car

    Because of the huge area to cover in the Phoenix SMSA metro area, a vehicle is the best method of transport. The signs to find the rentals and return must be read carefully, though. They are off site...

  • 4. Train

    The first leg of rail line is in place since about 2008, and it covers around 20 miles form the airport. It goes out to Mesa and the last drop off is at Sycamore St in Mesa, which is on Main St, and...

  • 5. Excellent Shuttle Service

    I used Arizona Shuttle to travel from Phoenix to Flagstaff, then on to Grand Canyon Village as well as a return journey from Grand Canyon Village to Flagstaff.I...

  • 6. Light Rail Train

    During our stay in Phoenix, we were staying at a hotel close to the airport. After inquiring at the front desk, we were told that the LRT station was just a...

  • 7. Scottsdale Trolley

    The best way to see downtown Scottsdale (which you should not miss) is to take the trolley. That way you won't miss anything and you won't be too tired to...

  • 8. Motorcycle

    Phoenix offers 365 day a year motorcycle riding weather!If you don't own a bike, or can bring your's, you can rent the Great American motorcycle "Harley...

  • 9. Phoenix Metro Rail

    Phoenix Metro RailYes, we now do have a fast, quick and easy 20-mile rail route from Mesa to Tempe to downtown Phoenix (as of 2009) – with an available route to...

  • 10. Phoenix to Home (Los Angeles)

    The Airport I would say was nice. Other than the $15 dollar charge for baggage check I didn't mind it at all. Before you even go through security there were all...

  • 11. Desert Ridge Area Revolving Transport

    The Desert Ridge is nice outdoor mall complex on Tatum Road (off the 101) near Scottsdale. There is a neighborhood circulator called DART which was started by...

  • 12. The cabs in Phoenix

    What can be said is the drivers do know how to get you where you are going. At least they do with the GPS systems most of the cabs are outfitted with. However,...

  • 13. Prepare to be screwed on your rental car!

    A dirty little secret about Phoenix is that it is one of the most expensive cities in the USA to rent a car. On top of the already high weekly rates is a...

  • 14. Travelling by car

    Travelling by car is easy in Phoenix. Its quite hard to get lost. All the main roads run from North to South, and East to West, so as long as you know the...

  • 15. TRAM: very useful to go around

    Very rare in american cities: a tram!!!! and very useful. It crosses all the city and even goes (or it is going to go: not sure) to the University!

  • 16. Taxis Cost Bucks

    Taxis will take you around obviously, but you pay the price. From the airport, read to costs on the picture.

  • 17. Antique Air Navigation Methods

    Leftover from the days prior to electronic navigational aids, this sign East of Phoenix guides pilots to their destination.

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