While visiting Sioux Falls there are numerous ways to get around, some of which are even free during the summer months. The city has a free trolley that runs throughout the downtown city center year-round and travels to Falls Park from May through October. The city’s public bus line also connects the city and surrounding area. Full schedule and fare information is available on the Sioux Falls City Web site.

The public buses are handicap accessible for the disabled and elderly, and a bike and bus program was recently introduced. To use the bike and bus racks, riders must obtain a permit, which is free and transit staff personnel can show riders how the racks work from the main downtown bus stop.

There are also a few alternative bus options around Sioux Falls, including the Paratransit service for the elderly and disabled, which offers door-to-door service. For more information on this service call 605-367-7613. Likewise, taxicabs are also another option for getting around the city, and while a more expensive options, cabs are a good idea for late night and other times when the city’s buses aren’t running. Cabs can be found at many of the larger hotels and other tourist areas, but many times you might have to call ahead to get a cab. Be sure to plan ahead if you’re heading back late at night.