Jacksonville Transportation

  • Trolley drop off point
    Trolley drop off point
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  • Price structure for ferry
    Price structure for ferry
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  • Sign for ferry ahead
    Sign for ferry ahead
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Most Viewed Transportation in Jacksonville

  • 1. Bridges

    The Mathews Bridge (a.k.a. the "red bridge") is one of the high bridges that connect Downtown to the city's booming southeastern neighborhoods and beaches. Once you've crested the top, the view...

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  • 2. Jacksonville International Airport

    Its simple. There are only 5 cities in the USA that have non-stop service into Jacksonville through more than 1 airline. Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, D.C. and Atlanta. The theme is you can fly...

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  • 3. Skyway (monorail)

    For a mere 35 cents per ride you can enjoy a fun, uncrowded and convenient journey through the center of the downtown central business district courtesy of the Automated Skyway Express. The Skyway...

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  • 4. Taxis and Limos

    Call Charlie at Southern Comfort Transportation. He is very knowledgeable about getting around Jacksonville and they don't charge even as much as so called shuttle rates. We even got a Towncar upgrade...

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  • 5. Water Taxis

    While they are a little more expensive than the riding the monorail or bridge walking, Jacksonville's water taxis offer a very relaxing and scenic option for crossing back and forth between the...

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  • 6. General Orientation

    I-95 runs right through Jacksonville for about 30 miles. I-10 starts in the middle of Jacksonville and heads west. I-295/9A Loops around Jacksonville for people wanting to go round the city. Note...

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  • 7. Downtown Trolley

    They have three main trolley routes around the main perimeter of the downtown city area; Bay St, Beaver St. and Riverside. The trolley stops are about every 6-8 blocks, and the routes are 4-5 miles...

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  • 8. Car Rental

    If you drive in Jacksonville be aware that a lot of cars do not come equipped with turn signals. This is the single item I noticed and still notice more than anything since my move here. Drivers will...

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  • 9. AMTRAK

    The area where Amtrak is located is rough and lonely, especially on the weekends. If you get off the train here, come during the day, take a cab or have someone come and pick you up. I came to Jax by...

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  • 10. Mayport Ferry

    The A1A highway goes to the St. Johns River, and from there, you would need to take the ferry across to continue on the highway. The ferry goes back and over...

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  • 11. City bus info

    I have a website up about the city's bus system, athttp://lewyn.tripod.com/carfreeinjacksonvilleMost buses run until 9 or 10 PM. The historic areas (San Marco,...

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