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Transportation

With an urban population of 74,000, Rapid City serves a collective area population of nearly 650,000 residents in small to midsize communities within a 200 mile radius.

Rapid City Regional Airport is a vital transportation hub for the region and a key component of the local economy. The city owns and operates the Rapid City Regional Airport. Four major airlines operate out of the airport: Allegiant, American, Delta and United. They offer direct flights to:

• Atlanta
• Chicago
• Dallas/Ft. Worth
• Denver
• Houston
• Las Vegas
• Minneapolis/St. Paul
• Phoenix/Mesa
• Charlotte
• Salt Lake City

Visit www.rapairport.com or call (605) 393-9924 for more information.

Railway

The Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad serves Rapid City and provides rail service to the east, south and west. The southern Black Hills is served by Burlington Northern/Santa Fe Railroad which also serves the Powder River Basin of WY.

Rapid Transit System

Whether you need to get to work, school, or you are just headed downtown for a day of shopping, Rapid Transit System offers affordable fares and convenient routes to get you to your destination in a safe, efficient manner. Annually Rapid Transit System travels more than one half-million miles and provides more than 400,000 passenger trips throughout Rapid City on its three services:

• Rapid Ride – Public Bus System – students ride free
• Dial-A-Ride – curb-to-curb/door to door transportation service
• City View Trolley – seasonal, Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend

Visit www.rapidride.org or call (605) 394-6631 for more information.

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