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Capital Transit

Bus at Main Street Transit CenterCapital Transit is the public transportation provider for the community of the City and Borough of Juneau. They provide a fixed route bus service on three routes with ridership of over 1.25 million passenger trips annually. They also provide paratransit service to persons who cannot use the bus service with Care-A-Van provided by contract with Catholic Community Services. Capital Transit has been upgrading its bus lines and now nearly all buses are wheelchair accessible. All buses can lower themselves to curb level allowing not only wheelchair access, but also making it much easier for any ambulatory person old or young to board the bus. Capital Transit also offers a VIP Pass that qualifies anyone with a significant disability to ride the bus system free of charge. The VIP Pass has made it possible for many Juneau residents to obtain and maintain competitive employment, which has in turned allowed them to live independently.

Juneau School Bus

Eaglecrest Ski Bus

Catch a Cab

SAIL Taxi Vouchers for persons with disabilities

Wheelchair patron disembarking from vehicleLast minute trips, as well as trips outside of public transit’s service area and hours, are a bit more affordable with our Taxi Voucher Program. SAIL and Juneau Taxi have joined forces through government grants for this very popular program allowing people 60 or older, or those with disabilities, to ride for 40 cents on the dollar.

An eligible person must simply complete a short application to be able to purchase fares at this discounted rate. This can be done at the Juneau office: 3225 Hospital Drive, Suite 100. Discounted rates can be used only with Juneau Taxi, they are good for anywhere on the Juneau road system and include use of the wheelchair accessible taxi.

Get to Juneau

Alaska Marine Highway

Ferry with Mendenhall Glacier in the backgroundThe mission of the Alaska Marine Highway System is to provide safe, reliable, and efficient transportation of people, goods, and vehicles among Alaska communities, Canada, and the “Lower 48,” while providing opportunities to develop and maintain a reasonable standard of living and high quality of life, including social, education, and health needs.

The Alaska Marine Highway System has been operating year-round since 1963, with regularly scheduled passenger and vehicle service to 33 communities in Alaska, plus Bellingham, Washington, and Prince Rupert, British Columbia. There are currently eleven vessels in the AMHS fleet, additional ferries have been planned.

Juneau Terminal location
13.5 mile Glacier Highway
Auke Bay, AK

Juneau International Airport

Planes on runway with mountains in the background.Juneau International Airport (JNU) is a city owned, public use airport and seaplane base located 8 miles northwest of the central business district of Juneau. The airport serves as a regional hub for all air travel, both bush carriers and the regional airline, Alaska Airlines.

1873 Shell Simmons Dr., Ste. 200
Juneau, AK 99801

Visitors with Disabilities

Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL) provides information and services for visitors to Juneau and Alaska’s Inside Passage who experience:

  • Mobility restrictions such as needing occasional or full time use of a wheelchair or walker
  • Visual impairments, including travel with a service dog
  • Hearing impairments, including desire for interpretive services
  • SAIL Accessible Travel in Alaska

Alaska Airlines

Daily jet service offers the quickest, easiest access to Juneau. Alaska Airlines is the only jet service provider to Juneau and offers daily connections north from Seattle and south from Anchorage. Jet service is also available from Juneau to other southeast communities, including Gustavus, Sitka, Wrangell, Petersburg, and Ketchikan.

All Airlines Serving Southeast


Biking Around Juneau

Juneau boasts an impressive 88 miles of bike lanes and 19 miles of shared-use paths.  The city’s adoption of the 2009 Non-Motorized Transportation Plan helped the Alaska Department of Transportation improve bicycle facilities and create a Safe Routes To School plan for all Juneau elementary and middle schools.

In 2011, the League of American Bicyclists designated Juneau a Bicycle Friendly Community.

Bicyclists on North Douglas Highway.

Photo Credit: Ben Lyman

Google Maps provides bicycling directions suggested routes.

City & Borough of Juneau Bike Maps

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Additional Biking Information

Information about Biking Through Intersections

Right Turn Sign - Yield to BikesRight Turn Only Lanes and Bike Lanes

  • Location(s):
    • Glacier Highway at Anka Street in Lemon Creek
    • (coming soon) Riverside Drive at Mendenhall Mall Road and Vintage Boulevard

There is one location in Juneau where a bike lane crosses the entrance to a right turn only lane: on Glacier Highway at Anka Street in Lemon Creek. The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities has plans to re-stripe where Riverside Drive intersects Mendenhall Mall Road and Vintage Boulevard.  The design pictured below is the national standard and its use will increase in coming years until all bike lanes are striped this way at intersections.

When entering this right turn only lane, it is the responsibility of motorists to yield to any bicyclists that are proceeding through the intersection.

Diagram of right turn lane with associated bike lane.


Walking Around Juneau

Downtown Walking Map

Printable Juneau Walking Map

According to Walk Friendly Communities Juneau has “impressive accessibility of facilities and excellent management of pedestrian facilities in a geographically constrained environment”.  A comprehensive wayfinding system helps guide pedestrians around downtown Juneau and the City & Borough makes several historic and themed walking maps available to visitors and residents.

Hiking Trails<