MAPS & TRANSPORTATION
Bags packed and ready to visit Madison? We're thrilled to provide transportation tips that will help you get here—and navigate the isthmus once you've arrived. Scan through the transportation resourcecs or download maps for your trip.
GETTING TO MADISON
Dane County Regional Airport (airport code MSN) is minutes from downtown Madison and offers more than 95 daily arrivals and departures. A growing list of direct, non-stop service flights makes getting to Madison easier than ever.
You can catch a 24 direct, non-stop flight to Madison from: Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Nashville, Newark, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Fransisco, Seattle, Tampa, and Washington, DC.
Another option is Wisconsin Aviation, Inc., the state's largest, full-service, fixed-base operator and provider of general aviation services, including charter flights and aircraft rentals.
From Milwaukee: 79 miles, 1½ hours
From Dubuque: 91 miles, 1¾ hours
From Chicago: 147 miles, 2½ hours
From Green Bay: 140 miles, 2½ hours
From Minneapolis: 273 miles, 4½ hours
From Des Moines: 292 miles, 4¾ hour
From St. Louis: 259 miles, 5½ hours
Convenient on-site rental at the Dane County Regional Airport is available from the following companies: Alamo/National Car Rental, Avis Rent-A-Car, Community Car and Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
See a full list of bus/charter companies
GETTING AROUND MADISON
Taxi, limousine, and rideshare services.
Madison Metro Bus System
Long-Distance Intercity Bus Service
Take to two wheels and explore Madison. We're one of the Best Places on Earth for Biking, and our surrounding communities are bicycle-friendly.
Want to rent a bike? Drop by Machinery Row Bicycles or Budget Bicycle Center. Or, use Madison BCycle, our bike-sharing program.
MAPS & NAVIGATING MADISON
Visitor Map (PDF)
Madison City Road Map (PDF)
City of Madison Bike Map & Guide
City of Madison Parking Garages & Lots
View current and future Dane County Construction Plans.