Myrte Transportation

Taxi in Myrtle Beach.

Taxi in Myrtle Beach.

There are several private cab services in the area which can run up to $50 for a trip across the Grand Strand. The rate is $2.80 a mile $1 for extra passenger, rates are set by the City of Myrtle Beach.

Getting around By bus

Getting around By bus

Lymo City-wide bus system is an affordable and popular form of transportation which serves a number of cities along the Grand Strand. There are 80 Lymo buses which travel on 22 regular routes year-round. ..

Getting around By car

Getting around By car

One aspect of Myrtle Beach that is less-than hospitable are its roads. A tourist may find the style of driving in Myrtle Beach to be aggressive, reckless and hard to manage. Myrtle Beach has one of the ..

Getting to Myrtle Beach by Train

Getting to Myrtle Beach by Train

If you would like to travel by train, the closest Amtrak station to Myrtle Beach is located in Florence, South Carolina. Please be aware that this station is located approximately seventy miles away from ..

Getting to Myrtle Beach by Car

Getting to Myrtle Beach by Car

From Interstate 95 South, take US 501 South for 66 miles. The Grand Strand's network of roads has vastly improved. One way to get in is the 28-mile Veterans Highway, a four-lane road that links U.S. 501 west ..

Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air

Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air

Myrtle Beach International Airport (IATA: MYR), 1100 Jetport Road.  Myrtle Beach International is a work in progress as expansion and budget approvals are pending in both the city and county councils.

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