The city is served by the Cagliari-Elmas International Airport, located a few km from the center of Cagliari. A railway line connects the city to the airport; walkways joint the railway station to the air terminal. The terminal is also connected to the city by the highway SS 130 and by bus with the ARST company to bus Station in Matteotti Square, in the city center. There are other airports not too far from the city: Decimomannu airport, a NATO military airport, and three fields for AirSports, Serdiana (used in particular for skydiving), Castiadas and Decimoputzu. Info about fares and airlines companies here.
The port of Cagliari is divided in two sector, the old port and the new international container terminal. Cagliari has scheduled services by passenger ship to Civitavecchia, Naples, Palermo and Trapani. Goods are shipped to the ports of Genoa and Livorno. In Cagliari there are also two other small touristic ports, Su Siccu (Lega Navale) and Marina Piccola. Info about fares and tickets could be found in the shipping companies Tirrenia and Di Maio.
The railway station in Cagliari has services to Iglesias, Carbonia, Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Sassari and Porto Torres. The nearby commune of Monserrato is the terminal station of a narrow gauge line to Arbatax and Sorgono. Railways are handled by the national railway company, more information about fares and tickets in the official website.
Bus and trolleybus services, managed by CTM (more than 30 lines) and ARST, connect internal destinations in the city and in the metropolitan area; Cagliari is one of the few Italian cities has an extensive trolleybus network, whose fleet has been partially renovated in 2012. A metro like tram service on its own path, MetroCagliari, is working between Repubblica Square and Monserrato, a hinterland commune. In a few months a new branch will tie the new University campus near Monserrato. The line between Repubblica Square and Matteotti Square, the city transportation hub(there are the train and the urban and extra-urban bus stations), is still in project. A public service of bike-sharing is also operating in several pick-up points.