Transportation services available at Philadelphia International Airport include public transportation, rental cars, shuttles, limousines and taxis. Philadelphia International Airport is located approximately seven miles southwest of downtown Philadelphia and is accessible by Route 291, I-95 and I-76. Public transportation by bus and train is provided by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority.
Passengers arriving at Philadelphia International Airport have several transportation options and can choose depending on their budget and final destination. For example, SEPTA offers Airport Regional Rail Line service from several terminals to City Center station in Philadelphia. From there, passengers can make connections to other parts of the city. SEPTA also provides airport service on bus routes 37, 108 and 115, as of 2015.
Taxi service is found at Zone 5 of the Commercial Transportation Roadway, and rates are based on trip, rather than number of passengers, as of 2015. Passengers who prefer a shuttle or limousine service can visit the Ground Transportation Information desk at the airport for specific information on the best company for their destination. Available companies include AAA Airport One Direct, Atlantic Sedan Service, Delaware Express and Lady Liberty.
Passengers who need a rental car have several on-airport car rental options such as Alamo, Budget, Enterprise and Hertz. Cars can be picked up at Zone 2.