Getting to and Around Waco

Getting to Waco

Air Transportation

Waco Regional Airport (ACT) is serviced by American Eagle flying to and from D/FW.

American Eagle:
(800) 433-7300

Waco Traveler Hotline:
(866) FLYWACO (359-9226)

American Airlines Local Number:
(254) 752-5889

Ground Transportation

RedCoach
(877) 733-0724
Affordable luxury transportation connecting Dallas, Austin, Houston, College Station & Waco. Visit the website for the current schedule and pricing. Receive 10% off on Waco trip by using coupon code: Lovewaco10. Visit redcoachusa.com/texas to redeem your coupon. Some restrictions may apply to the coupon.

Waco Streak
(254) 772-0430
Transportation to D/FW and Dallas Love Field airports.

Getting Around Waco

Local Transportation

La Salle Circle / Shuttle
Waco offers a free shuttle to get you to the shops and restaurants around the downtown and LaSalle areas. The shuttle route is a flag stop route, which means you can flag the bus down anywhere along the route by catching the driver’s eye and waving. If you need a wheelchair-accessible bus, please call 254-750-1613 to make arrangements.  Use this GPS tracker to find out where the shuttle is now and when it should get to your stop.

Uber

Lyft

Waco Transit
Waco’s City bus system.  Where is your bus? Use the GPS tracking page to find current bus locations. If you need a wheelchair-accessible bus, please call 254-750-1613 to make arrangements.

Blue Duck Scooters
Blue Duck is your friendly neighborhood scooter company, offering a convenient, fun, green, affordable transportation alternative for trips of 1.5 miles or less in the Downtown Waco area. Just download the Blue Duck app and set up an account. You will be able to scan or input the code on a nearby Duck with the app. Once your Duck is scanned or the code has been used, you are able to ride as much as desired.

Parking

We encourage you to park in the free parking lots shown on the map below or use free curbside parking where allowed. There are also paid lots located near the Magnolia Silos and Dr Pepper Museum.