Located on US Interstate 10, home to an international airport and served by Amtrak and Greyhound, Tucson is easy to get to. Once you're here, rent a car, take a cab or bus, and ride our new modern streetcar. (For more transportation info visit visittucson.org.)
The Tucson International Airport is located on Tucson Blvd in the southern portion of Tucson about 15-20 minutes (8-10 miles) from the venue and the rest of Downtown.
Tucson is served by six airlines with daily nonstop service to/from 15 destinations and connections around the world.
You can also fly into the Phoenix, AZ airport and rent a car, taxi, or shuttle to make the approximately 110 mile trek east to Tucson (takes about 1 hour 45 minutes to get to downtown Tucson depending on the traffic). Phoenix may provide a few more flight options depending on where you are traveling from.
The Sunset Limited Amtrak train line runs three days a week and connects Los Angeles to New Orleans with service to downtown Tucson. Downtown is also home to the Greyhound Bus station, open 24 hours all year long. Both the train station and bus station located Downtown and are within a 5-10 minute walk to the venue.
The Tucson Convention Center is located at 260 S Church Ave off of Broadway Blvd east of I-10 in Downtown Tucson. Any I-10 exit marked “Downtown”, “Congress St.” or “Broadway Blvd” should get you to the venue.
In many parts of Tucson, including downtown and the University area, you can walk to great dining, shopping, and entertainment, but you may want wheels while you're here. If you prefer not to rent a car, taxi and limo services can get you where you need to go. Shuttle services and charter services also offer convenient transportation to the airport and other locations.
Tucson's Sun Tran bus service offers more than 40 routes throughout the city and its outskirts, including 13 express routes. Learn more online or call (520) 792-9222 for route maps and schedules. Cash fares start at $1.50 for a one way ride.
Tucson's Sun Link Streetcar links the University of Arizona to the Mercado neighborhood by way of downtown Tucson and the popular 4th Avenue dining, shopping, and entertainment district, following the main artery of Tucson's Urban Core.
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