Moab Utah Public Transportation, Buses, Transit

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Public Transportation


There may not be public transportation in Moab, but the city is not short on bus tours or shuttle services that are ready to pick you up or drop you off as you enjoy all the recreational wonders the area has to offer.

Bus Tours:

Take in the sights and let someone else do the driving for a change. Forget about the traffic or finding a place to park and sit back, relax, and enjoy your vacation. Many private bus tours offer tours in Arches National Park and throughout the canyons and plateaus that surround Moab.

Not only are bus tours convenient, but the tour guides are often full of interesting facts about the area. Learn about the geography, geology, history, and ecology of Moab and the Colorado Plateau.

Because the terrain around Moab can be rough, requiring 4WD vehicles, tour companies here also offer hummer tours in addition to the traditional bus tour. Don't miss an opportunity to try one of these thrilling expeditions.

Prices and services vary drastically, so do some research and find a tour that fits both your style and your budget.

Public Bus System/Shuttles:

Note, there is no public bus system in Moab and no public bus system in any of Utah's national parks or monument areas.

With no public transportation in Moab, what you will find are a number of shuttle providers. Moab shuttles are available for transportation to and from Canyonlands Field Airport. If you are flying into Salt Lake City, Telluride, Grand Junction or even Denver, there are shuttle providers that will pick you up or drop you off.

In the recreational mecca of Moab, sometimes it's nice to know that you have a ride home. Whether you are biking for the day, hiking for the week, or finishing a boating expedition, one of the numerous shuttle companies in town will be able to pick you up and accommodate your needs.

Don't be afraid to shop around and find an outfitter that is willing to work with your schedule and within your budget. Rates will vary according to travel distance, the number of people in your party, and amount of equipment that needs to be transported. Listed below are a couple of options to get you started.


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