With three major interstate highways and 20 nonstop flights to 18 cities, as well as Amtrak, getting to Oklahoma City is a breeze. And our airport recently completed an extensive five-year, $110 million expansion and renovation, adding a new terminal and making traveling by air to OKC even easier.
OKC is within a day's drive of many other major metropolitan areas:
Getting To Oklahoma City
Travel By Car
Located at the crossroads of I-35, I-40 and I-44, Oklahoma City is as easy to reach as it is to navigate.
Travel By Air
Will Rogers World Airport offers nonstop air service to 20 destinations in the U.S., including west and east coast cities.
Travel By Train
Amtrak service via The Heartland Flyer makes daily runs to Oklahoma City from Fort Worth, Texas. The train arrives at the historic Santa Fe Depot at the front door of Bricktown - Oklahoma City's entertainment district.
Getting Around Oklahoma City
Travel By Car
With more than 2,400 miles of four-lane roads, it's no wonder that MSN.com ranked Oklahoma City as the sixth most drivable city in the U.S.
Travel By Transit
Oklahoma City METRO Transit's downtown transit center provides a convenient hub for passengers. The center has a comfortable, climate-controlled waiting area; vending machines; restrooms; and a covered boarding area.
Travel by Trolley
Explore downtown Oklahoma City for a quarter on the Oklahoma Spirit Trolley. Or, if you're in town for a few days, save money with a one- or three-day pass. Plus, if you park in any Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) lot, just show your parking stub to the Trolley operator and enjoy the charm and convenience of an Oklahoma Spirit Trolley - FREE! Trolleys are wheelchair accessible and meet all ADA requirements.