Eastern Iowa Airport
Travelers arrive under a striking new canopy designed to welcome passengers to the state with the image of our rolling Iowa ﬁelds and farms at the Eastern Iowa Airport. Inside the terminal, you’ll notice new natural lighting, natural ﬁnishes and other modern upgrades from baggage claim all the way to passenger seating.
As a bicycle-friendly community, Cedar Rapids encourages locals and visitors alike to bicycle for fun, ﬁtness and transportation. The ﬁrst city in Iowa to install protected bike lanes (separating cyclists from the vehicle travel lane) and green bike lanes (featured on 3rd Street SE, installed 50 feet in advance of and after intersections) to help highlight potential conﬂict areas. Find out more about biking in Cedar Rapids: facebook.com/BikeCR.
Cedar Rapids Transit provides affordable, convenient and safe transportation throughout the city. Buses are even equipped with bike racks and everyone can take advantage of Free Fare Saturdays. Visit cedar-rapids.org/residents/city_buses for up-to-date route information.
Bike & Scooter Share
Explore Cedar Rapids with the wind on your face and without the worry of parking. Cedar Rapids offers more than 150 electric-assist bikes, 70 electric-assist scooters and 100 sit-down electric-assist scooters supported by 90 designated green parking stations throughout the city center to accommodate any visitor. Let the city’s bike share program show you Cedar Rapids up close and personal. Learn more at cedarrapids.org/.
The 15-block skywalk system which snakes through the Cedar Rapids downtown connecting parking ramps and buildings began in 1963 and continues to expand with each passing year. Visitors can stay warm and dry during inclement weather while still getting the full Cedar Rapids experience. Adorned with murals and holiday decorations, the walkways are open 24 hours per day and seven days per week. See the parking and skywalk map here.