St. George is a burgeoning town. With its warm climate and easy access to outdoor fun, people love to be here. It's growing so fast, it seems builders are striving to keep up - there is construction nearly everywhere you look.
Whether visiting or residing in St. George, there are a variety of transportation options to choose from. This is what you can expect in regards to transportation:
- Arrive or depart by plane. In 2011, an expanded city-owned airport opened to allow for larger aircraft, a necessity to service the growing population. The St. George Regional Airport is served by SkyWest Airlines.
- Public transportation - The SunTran buses drive 6 different routes throughout the area and are a very affordable option to see the city or ride regularly.
- Several privately owned taxi and shuttle companies making regular routes north and south are at hand.
- Bike routes are woven throughout the city, making much of the area accessible via paved trails.
The City of St. George and the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) currently have many projects under construction or planning to make more congested areas easily passable. With the growing population, you can expect to see mild crowding during peak hours.
Overall, the traffic in St. George is fairly mild and transportation agencies are looking to keep it that way.