The TMS Hotel Shuttle service is offered at a reasonable cost to all SXSW Registrants from March 6th through March 15th between the Austin Convention Center and more than 50 hotels outside the easily walkable downtown area! TMS offers a history of exceptional customer service and will use their years of experience operating complex shuttle systems to help revamp the Official Hotel Shuttles and offer SXSW registrants a more effective and efficient service. Pre-purchase your hotel shuttle pass here.
Shuttles will operate during the following hours:
March 6, 2014: 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
March 7 – March 10, 2014: 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
March 11, 2014: 7:00 am – 3:00 am
March 12 - March 15, 2014: 9:00 am – 3:00 am
Shuttle passes are available for $120 for a nine-day pass, $80 for a 5-day pass and just $20 for a single-day pass. Shuttle passes will go on sale soon so check back. SXSW Registrants can use their mobile devices to pre-purchase passes and show proof of purchase upon arrival in Austin! Check back soon to purchase your passes for the Official Hotel Shuttles.
Interactive Festival Shuttles
The Interactive Festival Shuttle, free to Interactive, Gold and Platinum Registrants, is a free and easy way to get to your next session and to get between Interactive Venues. The Interactive Festival Shuttles run every 5–10 minutes at each stop on the routes listed below. Check back for schedule, routing and more information about the Interactive Festival Shuttle as we get closer to the event.
Film Festival Shuttles
The Film Festival Shuttle is free to Film, Gold and Platinum registrants and runs a circuit servicing most of the Film Festival Venues from Friday, March 7 through Saturday, March 15. Catch the shuttle from Trinity Street outside of the Exhibit Hall 2 at the Austin Convention Center to quickly get to your next screening. Shuttles leave every 10–15 minutes and stop within a close walking distance of most Film venues. Check back for schedule, routing and more information about the Film Festival Shuttle as we get closer to the event.
Photo courtesy of Cal Holman