Monterrey, Mexico: Transportation

Monterrey is connected to the sea, inland Mexico and the USA border through different highways and roads. Several city to city bus lines run from the city’s downtown bus station. The city is also connected through three important railroad lines with Mexico City, Tampico and Mazatlan.

Two international airports serve Monterrey: General Mariano Escobedo International Airport for major international carriers and Del Norte International Airport, mainly a private airport. There are several shared transfer options to get from the airport to the city, like shuttle buses and there are always taxis waiting. There is also the option of private arrival and departure transfers.

The city itself has a rapid transit system, called Metrorrey, which currently operates two lines. One runs from the northwest of the city, to the eastern suburbs, while the other starts from Gran Plaza and continues north to the Monterrey’s suburbs. Other transit options include taxis and city buses.

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