Getting Here & Getting Around
Oklahoma City is located at the crossroads of Interstate 35, Interstate 40 and Interstate 44. With more than 2,400 miles of four-lane roads, getting to and around Oklahoma City is a breeze.
Getting to Oklahoma City
Travel By Car
OKC is within a day's drive of many other major metropolitan areas:
105 miles south of Tulsa, OK
162 miles south of Wichita, KS
205 miles north of Dallas, TX
353 miles southwest of Kansas City, MO
501 miles southwest of St. Louis, MO
680 miles southeast of Denver, CO
Travel By Air
Travel By Train
Amtrak service via Oklahoma's Heartland Flyer runs a 418-mile round trip between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas, daily, with stops along the way. The train arrives in Oklahoma City at the historic Santa Fe Depot, which is in the heart of downtown on the western edge of the Bricktown Entertainment District. Visit HeartlandFlyer.com to learn more.
Getting Around Oklahoma City
Visitors to OKC have a convenient new way to move around downtown. The Oklahoma City Streetcar, with beautiful green, blue and pink cars, connect visitors to hotels, dining and attractions throughout Downtown, Bricktown, Automobile Alley and Midtown. Seven cars run on two loops, with varying schedules six days a week. With 22 platforms on the 4.7-mile loop, passengers only need to walk a couple blocks to find a platform. View the Streetcar map here and plan your next ride with our guide!
Taxis are available at downtown hotels and the Transportation Plaza at Will Rogers World Airport. The plaza can be accessed from baggage claim on the lower level of the terminal. Average fare from Will Rogers World Airport to downtown Oklahoma City is $25.
Travel by Transit
EMBARK buses serve much of the Oklahoma City metro area. Each route’s hours of operation vary, but many popular routes run about every 30 minutes during the weekday and every 60 minutes on Saturday. EMBARK's new RAPID service line provides a premium transit service to OKC through faster and more frequent service. The Northwest line connects downtown OKC to Classen Boulevard and Northwest Expressway to Meridian. Customers can expect bus arrivals at each platform every 12-15 minutes during the day and service from 5 a.m. to midnight (or later) on weekdays. View the RAPID map. The Downtown Discovery is a free transit service with stops located throughout downtown and Bricktown. To learn more about EMBARK's services, visit embarkok.com or call (405) 235-7433.
Travel by Bike
Experience downtown Oklahoma City with bike tours and rentals with Ride OKC—offering insight into the unique history, art, architecture, craft beer and local food. To learn more, visit rideokc.com or call (405) 309-9696.
Travel by Scooter
Lime Scooters are lightweight, electric scooters that are easy to maneuver and ideal for quick commutes. Lime is raising the bar on shared electric transportation in Oklahoma City, and on top of that, they’re incredibly fun to ride! To learn more, visit li.me/electric-scooter or download the Lime app here.
Oklahoma River Cruises
More than your average transit option, Oklahoma River Cruises offers a variety of specialty cruises and regularly scheduled river transit trips Wednesday-Sunday from April to December. No need to worry about the heat or cold, because the beautiful 65’ river cruisers have climate-controlled cabins. Trip times and fares vary by destination. All cruisers are ADA accessible.
Visit OKRiverCruises.com for reservations, or call (866) 825-6363 for more information.