St. Louis Airport provides different options for transportation for travelers.
St. Louis International Airport is connected to Metrolink, St. Louis region rail system, and provides service for both Terminals.
The approximate time to ride between the airport and Union Station is 35-minutes.
Metrolink consists of 37 stations and serves as the light rail transit system between the Greater St. Louis area and Metro East area of Missouri. The system itself is divided into Red and Blue lines. The Redline serves both Terminals of the airport.
The best way to get to the right destination within a short time from the airport is to use a taxi cab.
St. Louis County Cab is a company that provides taxi services for passengers. There are two available taxi ranks, and each of them is located in both Terminals. The starting fee is 4$, but exact fares always depend on destinations.
For the safety of the travelers, it is recommended to use authorized taxis.
St. Louis Airport also provides bus services to travelers to make their transfer easier.
The Bus Port at St. Louis Lambert International Airport is located south of the main terminal and serves as a connection for MetroBus and Greyhound Bus.
All passengers can use a free shuttle bus that runs between both Terminals and also stops at the Bus Port.