Transportation information for Tijuana is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
The main airport for Tijuana is the General Abelardo L. Rodriguez International Airport. The airport does not serve as a major hub for any airline but offers many flights to different areas of the country such as Mexico City and Guadalajara.
Taxis are plentiful in Tijuana and are usually a cheap method of transportation. Taxis are color coded according to destination. For example, yellow taxis are border taxis. There are also a number of city buses to get you around the city. Tour and charter buses are available for transportation to other areas of Mexico or to cross the US border.
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Driving a car in Tijuana can be a little hectic. If you are traveling to Tijuana from the US and not planning to travel beyond Tijuana, it is best to leave your vehicle on the US side and either walk across the border and catch a taxi or catch a bus across the border. Car rentals are available at the airport as well as other areas within the city. The main highways of Tijuana are a four-lane toll road and a two-lane highway that heads south to Ensenada, a two-lane highway that heads east to Mexicali, and a four-lane toll road that heads east to Tecate and Mexicali.