Alabama Transportation

Airlines/Airports

Matrix Airline Search

When to Buy Airline Tickets

Airport Parking Reservations

iFly

Wikipedia – List of Airports

Official USA – Alabama Airports and Accommodations

Birmingham-Shuttleworth IAP

Airport-Data Alabama Airports

About Travel Alabama Airports

Mobile Regional Airport

—-

Bus Services

Mega Bus

US Bus Stations – Alabama

Greyhound

The Wave Transit – Mobile

Kelton Tours Unlimited

Kingdom Coach

Thrasher Brothers Trailways Tours

Cline Tours

Gulf Coast Tours and Travel

Trailways

—-

Car Rentals

Advantage – Alamo – Avis – Budget – Dollar – Enterprise – Hertz 

National – Thrifty 

Global Car Rent

—-

City/State Transportation

American Public Transportation Association

Where Public Transportation goes Community Grows

WorldWeb Transportation (very nice site)

—-

Distance Calculations

Air Calculator

Distances From

Rome2Rio

—-

Military Specials

Special Military Active Recreational Travelers (S*M*A*R*T)

My Vet Ride

Military To Go

—-

Taxis and Shuttles

Taxi Fare Finder

Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Taxi and Transportation Services

Coastal Express Shuttle

K & K Taxi and Shuttle Service

D’Ron’s Cab Company Facebook

Yelp – Michael’s Taxi and Shuttle Service

Streamline Taxi and Shuttle Services – Mobile

Wilson Cab – Montgomery

—-

Trains

Shermans Travel Tips for Amtrak

The Man in Seat 61

Amtrak – South Stations

—-

Transportation Links and Things

US Cities with Best Public Transportation Systems

10 Cities with the Best Public Transportation in the World

US News and World Report – 10 Best Cities for Public Transportation

USA Today 10 Best Trusted Travel & Lifestyle Advice

2 thoughts on “Alabama Transportation”

    1. Well if you expect to live like you did in the US, it’s probably going to cost you more to live here. If you are a simple person and can eat like the locals do, mostly fish and rice, and don’t need a large house with a/c, then you can live decently for about $800 per month. That’s food and utilities included. I actually have a blog that I blog about my adventures here. Most of them are not so exciting, but sometimes they are and most of them teach some type of lesson. If you want you can check it out at: http://www.texaninthephilippines.com .
      My wife and I have been here just over 5 years now and I do miss my USDA beef and dill pickles. I could type for an hour on things, but I’ll stop it here.

Comments are closed.