Getting Around Houston

Getting around Houston has been made simple with all the options available to Houston Visitors. Taxi, Bus, Rail, Uber, and more. See all your options here..


Zipcar is the world's leading car sharing network with more than 850,000 members and 12,000 vehicles in urban areas and college campuses throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain and Austria. Zipcar offers more than 30 makes and models of self-service vehicles by the hour or day to residents and businesses looking for an alternative to the high costs and hassles of owning a car.

Join Zipcar and get $25 free driving in the tank. Hourly and daily rates include gas, insurance and all the fixings. Cars around the corner are available 24/7. Hop on board at


Uber is an easy way to request a safe, reliable, and affordable ride within minutes. The Uber mobile app connects riders with reliable transportation options such as drivers of vehicles for hire and ridesharing services at the tap of a button.

Affordable, Reliable, and Fast try Uber today.


Rideshare with Lyft. Lyft is your friend with a car, whenever you need one. Download the app, and get a ride from a friendly driver within minutes.

Yellow Cab

Houston's largest and most modern taxi fleet with real-time ordering available online or by smart phone 24 hours a day, every day.


Heading out in Houston? Give the car a brake and let the city’s 13-mile METRORail handle all of the legwork. The 7.5-mile Main Street Line, or Red Line, offers convenient and fast service between Downtown, Midtown, Museum District, Texas Medical Center and NRG Stadium and Center. The 5.3-mile North Line extends the existing Red Line northward starting at the University of Houston-Downtown campus, along North Main to Boundary where it crosses over to Fulton and continues northward to the Northline Transit Center and Northline Commons Mall. One-way tickets cost $1.25 and can be purchased using cash or credit at all rail stops. Travel time from end to end is one hour. Discounted fares are available to students, seniors, Medicare cardholders, the disabled and jurors.