Shared Passenger Van Service
Super Shuttle provides shared passenger van service
to downtown Tampa and the Port of Tampa. Proceed to baggage claim on
level one in the main terminal and claim your luggage. Exit either end of the terminal, where you will find a SuperShuttle
booth and a Ticket Agent ready to assist you with your transportation.
All of the usual rental car agencies are represented at the airport. Be aware that some have in-terminal and
Pre-reserved Limousines are available by a variety of companies.
Two taxis companies service the airport - United or Yellow. Reservations are not required.
A Monorail was installed in 1991 when the new long term parking garage was built. It was the first of its kind in the world
to include six driverless, electrically propelled cars that are completely computer controlled. The system was also the first
to have active switches and it is monitored from the airport's communications center. There are four long term stations.
The Monorail circles the long term parking garage and connects to the short term garage via an elevated bridge to stop at four
additional stations. Monorail is free to use and runs twenty-four hours a day except for a once-a-week maintenance shut-down
in the overnight hours. Bombardier Transportation maintains the system by contract and the Aviation Authority owns it.