Getting Around Austin

Area maps

"Drive friendly" is one of our state mottos, and Austin is no exception. Getting to and from the airport - and all around town - is easy. Most major rental car companies are available at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, and other standard transportation options include:

Capital Metro Bus Line 
Austin's public bus system is part of a 500 square-mile Central Texas system of more than 3,000 bus stops and 53 routes. Austin is serviced by multiple local bus routes, limited stop/flyer routes, express routes, and University of Texas shuttle routes. Download the CapMetro App for comprehensive maps and details.

Connecting Austin on a 32-mile line that stretches all the way from the city of Leander to downtown Austin next to the Convention Center, MetroRail provides $1-$2.75 trips with nine in between. Services run six days a week until around 7, and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

Austin is tapped into the latest tech-based transit. Get on-demand rides any time of day and find deals on local cabs and ride-hailing options with the Austin Insider Deals program.

SuperShuttle is one of the leading airport shuttle services in the U.S., serving over eight million passengers a year. For a VIP experience, try their private black car service ExecuCar. Learn more about additional shuttle, limousine and charter services here.

Rent a Bike
On-the-go bike rentals from Austin B-cycle are available to use at more than 40 stations located throughout the city. Also available are a number bike shops that offer hourly and daily rentals. Maps and bike routes can be found here.

These carts pulled by local cyclists can be found all throughout Austin. Each driver is licensed by the City of Austin Ground Transportation Department and work solely on tips, so be generous!