Enterprise Rent-A-Car is the preferred rent car vendor for SXSW 2015 offering a variety of vehicles and convenient locations at the airport and around Austin. Be sure to check non-airport locations which are not subject to high airport fees. (Use the codes and PIN below for reservations with Enterprise's sister company – National Rent Car – too!)
Check SXSW attendee rates and availability online at www.enterprise.com or by calling 800-RENT-A-CAR. Or, if booking directly, use group code L65SXSW (PIN: SXS) to receive a discount.
Super Shuttle offers discounted shared-ride van service and executive car service for SXSW registrants. Visit SuperShuttle's Website to reserve your discounted airport charter.
Area parking ranges in price and availability. Arriving into the downtown area early is the best bet for securing parking. Parking locations and availability can be found here on the City of Austin's website here.
Taxi and pedicab
Cab Services – Cabs are in high demand during SXSW but can sometimes be found circling the downtown area. The following cab services operate in the Austin area.
Yellow Cab Austin – (512) 452-9999
Lone Star Cab – (512) 836-4900
Austin Cab Company – (512) 478-2222
Taxi cabs can charge a night-time surcharge of $1 per person between the hours of 9pm to 4am authorized by the City of Austin.
Pedicabs are a common sight in the downtown Austin area and operate for a pre-negotiated tip. Flag one down for shorter trips between SXSW venues.
Austin has lots of bike rental options but be sure to check out B Cycle, Austin's bike-share system. These bike share stations are conveniently placed throughout the downtown area near all the places you want to be. Austin B-cycle is another fast, easy way to get around during SXSW, day or night. Day access passes are available at each B- station; all you need is a credit card! Adjusts to fit size and comes equip with baskets, lights, gears; Learn more at Austin.Bcycle.com.
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Top photo courtesy Errich Peterson; Bottom photo courtesy Debbie Finley