ADO BusLine, Grand Luxury Division (Lujo service only, does not include ADO first class buses)
Flecha Amarilla www.flecha-amarilla.com.mx
Formerly UNO Bus Line http://www.uno.com.mx/
Mexico City Terminals and partial bus schedules
Sightseeing in Oaxaca
Shopping in Oaxaca
Dining in Oaxaca
Lodging In Oaxaca
Sightseeing in Oaxaca
Study in Oaxaca
Festival in Oaxaca
Taxis: The taxis in the city will have a standard rate but you should ask before entering because unofficial (pirate) system operate that will not follow the established rate. In Mexico City it is best to have the concierge or hotel manager secure the cab or have the airport or bus station starter make the arrangement rather than take a chance hailing a cab in the street.
Mexico City’s Tapo Terminal or officially called the Terminal Oriente serves the southern and southeastern parts of Mexico including the States of Puebla, Oaxaca, Tlaxcala, Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Veracruz, and Yucatan.
Mexico City’s Terminal Norte also called Terminal Central Norte serves the country north to the US border and includes Matamoros, Nuevo Loredo, Juarez/ El Paso TX, Agua Prieta/Douglass, AZ, Nogales/Nogales, AZ, and as far west as Tijuana/San Diego. The states of Mexico served to the north and west include Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahiula, Nuevo Leon, Sinaloa,
Durango, San Luis Potosi, Tamaulipas, Nayarit, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Hidalgo, Aguascalientes, Michoacan, Colima, and Queretaro.
Southern and eastern States served: Oaxaca, Chiapas, Veracruz, and Puebla.
Mexico City’s Terminal Central Sur serves the central and southern States of Guerrero Puebla, Morelos/Cuernavaca, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Tabasco, and Chiapas.
Mexico City’s Terminal Centro Poniente serves the central and western states of Michoacan, Jalisco, Guerrero, Nayarit, Queretaro, the State of Mexico DF, and northwest to Sonora, and Sinaloa.
Colectivo: Most regions have a system of collective cabs with a price considerably lower than a private cab. The problem with the Colectivo is that the driver often tries to overload the vehicle, putting two passengers in the single front seat. For this reason, the best seats are in the back. Four people sharing a private cab can often do as well as a Colectivo on short trips, but to the distant villages, the Colectivo is a bargain.
Camioneta Coastal regions have camioneta, a pickup with a covered cab and two bench seats in back that holds a dozen or more and that will make stops along the way. They take you from the bus terminal to the beach at a real bargain rate if you don’t mind being stuffed into the bed of a pickup truck.
Colectivo Airports and some towns also have van colectivos that are comfortable. Palenque and Tapachula for instance have van colectivos that are no-frills (no AC) but are comfortable and inexpensive. Palenque village to Palenque ruin for 10 pesos, for example. (less than $1. USD) Palenque to the crossroads of Bonampak, $ 60. pesos. (90 miles)
Crossroads Colectivo This will be a collective cab or van that will get you to the village center from the main highway where the second class bus stops. From the crossroads you take the collective cab into the village main plaza. The larger villages might also have bus service from the village center to the second class terminal in the nearby city.
Additional Info On Bus Service
Oaxaca City Bus Transportation
The and First Class Bus System along with the second class bus can get you anywhere in the State.
Mexico first Class Bus System
Oaxaca Transportation, Taxis and colectivos are found in most of Mexico and provide local transportation beyond the Bus service for travelers
Camioneta, Zipolite to Mazunte 5 pesos.
Oaxaca Transportation, Taxis, Colectivos