Oklahoma City's sprawling and organized transit web has successfully made transportation to the city hassle-free. As OKC is nestled in the Frontier Country region of Oklahoma and conveniently situated at the crossroads of I-35, I-40 and I-44, it has become a cake walk to get in and around the Big Friendly. The city boasts many transit services, namely, taxi services, rental bikes and cars, river cruises, airports, railways, bus services, metro transit, and many others. No matter how you plan your trip and how you trespass the city, you are going to enjoy it to the moon and back.
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Travel to Oklahoma City by AirWill Rogers World Airport
, nestled in the southwest corner of Oklahoma City, is city's major commercial airport serving to over 30 US cities. This medium-hub airport also serves as principal maintenance facility. Currently, six commercial carriers are serving Will Rogers World Airport which has three principle runways:two 9,800 feet parallel runways and one 7,800 feet crosswind runway.Address:
Oklahoma City Dept. of Airports, 7100 Terminal Dr, Unit 937, Oklahoma City, OK 73159-0937
Apart from Will Rogers World Airport, Clarence E. Page Airport
and Wiley Post Airport
have been serving the Oklahoma City since years.Wiley Post Airport is famed as the center for business and corporate aviation and reliever airport for Will Rogers World Airport, whereas Clarence E. Page Airport is known as public-use airport.
Travel to Oklahoma City by TrainAmtrak
service via The Heartland Flyer connects Oklahoma City to Fort Worth, Texas and Norman. At Fort Worth, the connectivity expands to Chicago, Dallas, and San Antonio via the Texas Eagle.
Travel to Oklahoma City by Car
If you are going by a car, you can enter the city via Interstate 35, Interstate 40, and Interstate 44.Interstate 35
connects Minneapolis. (S) Dallas-Fort Worth,Austin,Wichita, Kansas City, and San Antonio.Interstate 40
connects Albuquerque,(E) Little Rock,(W) Amarillo, Los Angeles/Riverside area (terminus), Memphis, and Nashville.Interstate 44
connects (W) Lawton,Wichita Falls,(E) Tulsa, Saint Louis (terminus), and Texas (terminus).
Local Travel in Oklahoma City
One of the most convenient ways to get around Oklahoma City is by car or taxi. OKC is marked with plethora of reputed car rental companies which provide cabs and taxis to stroll around the city and reach its major as well as local points.Car Rental Companies in Oklahoma CityThrifty Car Rental
6501 Guy Fuller Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73159
405.685.7727Website: www.thrifty.com/local_sites_index/LocalPages/OklahomaCity-Car-Rental.aspx?PickupLocationCode=OKCEnterprise Rent-A-Car
7100 Terminal Drive #996, Oklahoma City, OK 73159
405.685.4193Website: www.enterprise.com/car_rental/deeplinkmap.do?gpbr=51V1&bid=004&cnty=US&mobi=trueAvis Rent A Car
509 East Memorial Road, Oklahoma City, OK 73114
: 405.748.5923Website: www.locations.avis.com/us/ok/oklahoma-city/ed7.htmlAlamo Rent-A-Car
3200 South Meridian Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73119
405.684.9322Website: www.alamo.com/en_US/car-rental/home.htmlBudget Car Rental
7401 South Shields Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73149
405.632.6759Website: www.locations.budget.com/us/ok/oklahoma-city/k1c.htmlTaxi Services in Oklahoma CityThunder CAB
4345 Southwest 29th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73119
405.600.6161Website: www.thundercab.netOKC GREEN TAXI
405.225.8294Website: www.nascab.bizYellow Cab Company
107 Northwest 14th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
405.232.6161Website: www.okcyellowcab.com/index.phpRick's Town Car Service
Oklahoma City's bus system and services have always done a remarkable job when it comes to please travelers. EMBARK
, proudly located in OKC,offers ferry transit,bus, downtown parking solutions and bike share providing service to major areas of the city. It boasts many services, namely, ADA para-transit services, Downtown Bike Share service, Fixed-Route bus service, Ferry River Transit service, and Downtown Public Parking service.
Traipsing around OKC by bike is considered one of the easiest ways. Spokies
is OKC's affordable bike share program with eight stations and a fun way to discover the beautiful corners of the city. You can't afford to miss the golden chance to avail this eco-friendly biking.
One of the exciting ways to tour the city is by trolley. Oklahoma Spirit Trolleys
allows you to aboard its trolleys, roam around the most significant locations in the city and catch its beauty in your eyes. Its services include Red Line and Blue Line Trolleys and Orange Line Trolley. Red Line and Blue Line Trolleys cost you $0.25, whereas Orange Line Trolley costs you $1.00.
A Map Guide on Getting Around Oklahoma City