Getting Around


Oklahoma City's renovated and expanded Will Rogers World Airport is the primary commercial airport for Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas. Located in the southwest corner of the City, it is easily accessible by interstate, freeway and major traffic thoroughfares. Will Rogers World Airport is classified by the FAA as a medium-hub airport.

Eight major carriers serve the airport (Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United, ViaAir) and provide non-stop service to 26 airports in 22 different cities, ensuring it's easy to get where you're going.



If you're used to driving longer than 20 minutes or so just to get to work in the morning, you're about to gain back some extra free time. According to numerous studies, Oklahoma City boasts some of the lowest average commute times in the nation. Our freeways are plentiful and relatively crowdless and our city's traffic grid is ultra-efficient. In fact, among the nation's 52 largest cities, the U.S. Census Bureau recently ranked Oklahoma City's commutes the third-lowest in the country at 21.35 minutes one-way on average, ranking only behind Rochester and Buffalo-Niagara Falls. Among cities of similar size, Oklahoma City easily beats the competition. So no need to rush - you've got plenty of extra time to relax in OKC.



  • Metro Transit, a division of the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA), offers more than 25 interconnecting routes, including two Express routes with convenient service and the flexibility of numerous stops throughout the Oklahoma City metro area. Local patrons will enjoy the versatility of the operating schedule which generally offers service from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  • The Oklahoma City bus system cover 465 miles of the metropolitan area, including the Edmond area. This transit service provides a convenient Monday-Saturday operating schedule.
  • The Downtown Discovery Route travels throughout the downtown area.