Transportation in Austin


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  • Car2Go
    Members of car2go enjoy the freedom of transportation that comes with owning a car without the worries of keeping up its maintenance or discovering that it’s a robot in disguise. Participants can reserve a car ahead of time through the company’s website or snag an unreserved vehicle by swiping their membership card past the windshield to unlock it and punching in a PIN to start it up. All fuel, insurance, parking, and maintenance costs are included with each rental, allowing patrons hassle-free travel as they explore downtown or give their pet goldfish a tour of the suburbs. After zipping around town, members park in an open car2go spot and walk away, letting a team of cleaners and technicians take care of the rest.
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    800 W 5th St
    Austin, TX US
  • Capitol City Crawler
    Aside from a coat of green paint on the outside, Capitol City Crawler’s fleet of eco-friendly buses don’t look like all that different from other buses on the road. Look inside, though, and you’ll find what is essentially a club on wheels. There’s seating for 24 passengers, and the seats are arranged against the walls so there’s plenty of room for dancing, too. Each bus comes equipped with a bar, a thumping sound system, LED lighting, and an inflatable doorman. The buses are popular for bachelor and bachelorette parties, but they’re also suitable for kids’ birthday parties, brewery tours, and wine-tasting tours in the Hill Country.
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    5410 Airport Boulevard
    Austin, TX US
  • Austin Segway Tours
    Gliding Revolution makes it easy for visitors to explore the storied capital of the Lone Star State. Their tour guides pair patrons with easy-to-navigate Segways, orientating them to the apparatus?s settings and ticklish spots before leading them on any number of scenic jaunts. The Early Bird Special tour introduces riders to the city?s sites before rush hour, while the Capitol Pavement tour grants participants insider knowledge on Austin?s history with stops at the State Capital and Congress Avenue.
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    20 N I H 35
    Austin, TX US
  • Vintage Innovations
    Once upon a time, Taylor Perkins and Michael "Stix" Tashnick were just childhood friends, long-time Austinites who each valued hard work and hard-earned adventures. These shared interests eventually led them to start Vintage Innovations, a transportation rental and tour company dedicated to facilitating rambles upon the open road. Rental clients chart a course aboard a vehicle from the company's vintage fleet, which includes shiny Airstream trailers, old-timey pick-ups, and band-ready tour busses once frequented by John Denver and the Willie Nelson Family Band. On tours, professional drivers take over behind the wheel, ferrying clients to destinations including the city's best breweries, rowdiest honky-tonks, and picturesque regional wineries. They're also available for pick-up duty, adding a touch of excitement to bachelor or bachelorette parties, or simply delivering guests to area music and culture festivals with an extra shot of style.
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    1409 West 3rd Street
    Austin, TX US
  • Bavarian Luxury Car Rental
    Bavarian Luxury Rentals, the country’s first all-BMW rental company, ensconces travelers and auto enthusiasts alike behind the well-engineered wheel of brand-new German luxury cars. Co-founded by BMW auto mechanic Brian McKinney and Corey Evers—the customer-service-savvy founder of Central Texas Valet—the local enterprise fills roads with its standing fleet of BMWs that includes a 5-series, a 3-series, and a 1-series. On breaks from the open road, renters’ BMWs entitle them to sumptuous amenities at businesses throughout the city, and 24-hour roadside assistance guards drivers against difficulties such as flat tires and toll booths manned by bridge trolls.
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    319 Congress Avenue
    Austin, TX US
  • Ninja Bus
    Though it has the silhouette of a school bus, the Ninja Bus is designed for transporting grownups on tailgating trips, bar crawls, and other treks around and outside town. Instead of the bench seating and whoopie cushions typical of most school buses, this bus has cushy banquettes and coolers ready to stock with heady libations. Passengers flick on the wi-fi enabled 42-inch TV to stream movies as they ride to their destination while phones charge at designated stations and 4G wireless Internet streams throughout the cabin. Meanwhile, the onboard stereo system provides the soundtrack for these hangouts on the go.
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    1717 West 6th street
    Austin, TX US
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