Tulsa - Getting In -

By plane

  Tulsa International Airport (TUL) Located in the north part of Tulsa. It has major airlines with direct flights to major cities in the US.
  Richard L. Jones, Jr. Airport (RVS) (often called the "Riverside Airport") is south of downtown Tulsa and is a general aviation airport.

By train

The only passenger train to Tulsa leaves Kansas City (Missouri) every midnight. This is a bus connection to Amtrak.

By car

  From Bartlesville come down 169.
  From Missouri go down I44. Don't forget to see the world's former largest McDonalds spanning the roadway up around Miami Oklahoma.
  From Oklahoma City come up I44 aka 'the Turner Turnpike'.
  For the slow scenic route come in on old Route 66.

By bus

Greyhound Bus Lines (918) 584-4428 at 317 South Detroit Avenue (downtown)

By boat

Only cargo ships dock at the Port of Catoosa, a few miles east of Tulsa. There is no passenger access to Tulsa.

Adapted from WikiTravel under the Wiki License


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