7025 N. Scottsdale Road
Suite # 302
Scottsdale, AZ 85253
Toby R Meltzer MD
HOTELS, CONDOS &
SURGICAL SPECIFIC INFORMATION
VISITING SCOTTSDALE - TRANSPORTATION
We have compiled a list of the many ways to get to and around Scottsdale.
We hope this travel menu helps to save you some time.
Bus / Train
You will need to arrive at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
The major carriers in Phoenix are America West Airlines and Southwest Airlines, but there are so many choices.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has been owned and operated by the City of Phoenix since 1935.
Back in the 1930's, the Airport had one runway..hard to imagine now.
If you notify us in advance, we provide a courtesy transportation service
and may be able pick you up from the airport and take you to your hotel
(provided you are staying in the immediate Scottsdale area).
For more information on this please email
If you prefer, you may rent a car while you are in Scottsdale. We have reasonably
detailed directions about how to reach our office.
If you are traveling alone and you will be receiving any narcotics and/or pain medications,
you will not be allowed to transport yourself and/or travel alone.
Phone: (602) 683-3741
Hours: 8:30 am - 5 pm (MST), Monday - Friday (except holidays).
Airport Car Rental Companies
The following car rental companies operate at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Listed below are phone numbers and links to rental car agencies’ Web sites.
Toll- free 800-777-5500
Toll- free 800-462-5266
Toll- free 800-331-1212
Toll- free 800-527-7000
Toll- free 800-800-4000
Toll- free 800-736-8222
Toll- free 800-225-4369
Toll- free 800-654-3131
Cabs /Limos /Shuttle Services
NOTE: These rates are approx. and could change at any time
Greenbaum to airport 9.2 miles $20-23
Office to airport $35-44
Office to Greenbaum - 4.1 miles from office
Holiday Inn Express to Greenbaum around $5
Discount Cab (also known as Green Cab) 602-200-2000
Triple AAA Yellow Cab 602-252-5252
Clean Air Cab 480-777-9777
Yellow Cab 602-252-5252
A Ride Above the Rest 480-945-0500
Skyline Car & Limo 602-541-8406
Lincoln town car around $39 to airport from office
Super Shuttle (602) 232-4610
PHOENIX GREYHOUND STATION
2115 E BUCKEYE RD
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Customer Service: 602-389-4200
GLENDALE GREYHOUND STATION
2647 W GLENDALE AVE STE17
Glendale, AZ 85051
Unfortunately, Amtrak train service no longer
passes directly through Phoenix, due to a complication
with the freight lines it was using previously.
There is a stop in Maricopa, AZ, on the Texas Eagle line,
but, there are no services available
to take you from the train stop to the greater Valley area.
As a result, your two best choices if you
prefer to take the train are:
Take the Texas Eagle line to Tucson and
the Greyhound bus to Phoenix. It is an approximately
two and-a-half hour bus ride and you will have to walk
or take a taxi two blocks from the train station to the Greyhound station. You may arrive at either the main Greyhound terminal or the airport terminal.
Take the Southwest Chief line to Flagstaff and the Greyhound bus to Phoenix.
It is an approximately three-and-a-half hour bus ride. Unfortunately, due to the timing of the Amtrak arrival
in Flagstaff, the bus arrives in Phoenix at
approximately 4 am, so we will be unable to provide transportation from the terminal for you.
We do have a courtesy transportation service which
we provide for our patients, and if you
notify us in advance, we may be able to pick you up
from the bus terminal. However, we do require that you
stay in the immediate Scottsdale area to utilize this service. We are unable to provide transportation to you if you take the train from Flagstaff, due to its arrival time.
For more information: please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call our office at 1-480-657-7006 or toll-free at 1-866-876-6329.
If you choose to arrive by car: you will want to check a current highway map
FROM THE SOUTH
Interstate 10 runs east from Los Angeles and west from Jacksonville, Fla.
directly through Phoenix and via Tucson.
Go east through Phoenix to the Loop 202, and then north on the Loop 101.
You will approach our office from the south.
FROM THE NORTH
Interstate 15 runs east from San Diego or west from Great Falls, Mont., and
connects to Interstate 40 and from there to Interstate 17 via Flagstaff.
Go south on I-17 to Loop 101, and east on the Loop 101 to Scottsdale.
You will approach our office from the north.
(This route follows, for some parts, Route 66.)
Interstate 40 runs from San Bernadino, Calif., to Raleigh, N.C.,
and connects to Interstate 17 in Flagstaff.
You will approach our office from the north.
We also have a courtesy transportation service and may be able to transport you
to and from the hospital if you are traveling alone,
even if you have a car, or to our office if you will be having surgery in our office.
For more information:
(The following is taken from the Light Rail website)
Save money and keep our Valley skies cleaner by riding the Phoenix Light Rail to get to
work, school, shopping and special events.
Riding, easy as 1-2-3
1. Plan your trip. Use our convenient TRIP PLANNER.
Enter your starting and ending points and get a trip itinerary.
You can also check our TRANSIT SCHEDULES to find the best bus and light rail schedules for you.
Or call (602) 253-5000 and tell us where you want to go.
2. Buy your fare. You can buy fares online.
Place your order using our FARE PURCHASE PAGE
and we’ll mail your fare to you (allow 5-7 business days).
Go to one of many FARE LOCATIONS throughout the Valley to purchase your fare
n advance and save money.
You can purchase your fare ON BOARD THE BUS (on-board pricing)
or at FARE VENDING MACHINES (off board pricing) at any light rail station.
3. Enjoy your ride.
Arrive at your bus stop or light rail station at least five minutes before the scheduled departure time.
Follow the simple guidelines for safety and courtesy on BUS and RAIL.
Watch for your stop - On the bus, signal the operator. Light rail stops at every station.
The Scottsdale Trolley
The Scottsdale Trolley
(Taken from the Scottsdale Trolley website)
The Scottsdale Trolley consists of a fleet of sixteen, 22-passenger vehicles.
Each trolley is:
Kneeling, for easy access
Equipped with removable windows
The Trolley runs on clean-burning, environmentally friendly bio-diesel.
The Trolley is designed in blue and champagne with vintage details, including:
Leather handhold straps
Downtown Scottsdale Trolley
Free to Ride, runs every 15 minutes, 7 days per week, in both directions, and serves:
Main Street Arts District
Marshall Way Arts District
Fifth Avenue Shops
Scottsdale Fashion Square
Free to Ride, runs every 20 minutes, 7 days per week, in both directions, and serves:
Granite Reef Senior Center
Eldorado Park/Boys & Girls Club and Pool
Coronado High School
Osborn Post Office
Scottsdale Healthcare-Osborn Hospital
Civic Center Mall including the Library, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts,
City Hall and Historical Society
Loloma Transit Station
Vista del Camino
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