The train station. If you want to buy train tickets you can buy them online or from the trenitalia app. Note that if you have a paper ticket, you must validate it in the machine before boarding the train.
ACTV runs the public transport system in Venice and the surrounding area. The website contains interactive vaporetto timetables and downloadable bus timetables. There is also news on upcoming strikes and changes to routes due to regattas and other events.
Alilaguna runs the public water buses from Marco Polo airport to the historic centre of Venice. To get the bus, first buy your ticket from the ticket office inside the arrivals hall then walk to the vaporetto stop. It is about a 7 minute walk along a covered walkway. The public boats are at the far end of the quayside.
There are timetables for all routes on the website and you can book your ticket online - sometimes at a discount.
The People Mover is a new transport service between the Tronchetto and Piazzale Roma with an intermediate stop for cruise passengers arriving at Marittima. Tickets cost 1 Euro and can be purchased from machines at the stops.
The tram runs every 8 minutes between 7am and 11pm Monday to Saturday and 8am to 10pm on Sundays and holidays.
Book train tickets online. Travelling by train in Italy is very economical. You can book tickets online and collect them at the station from a machine or even use a confirmation number sent to your phone.