As we’ve said about several parts of Cyberpunk 2077, fast travel doesn’t quite work how (or as easily as) you’d expect, and involves an extra step. In fact, it’s better to think of it as rapid transit than the fast travel you’d see in another game.
In this Cyberpunk 2077 guide, we’ll explain how fast travel works.
Fast travel in Cyberpunk 2077
Fast travel in Cyberpunk 2077 takes you from one fast travel location to another — hence why we think of it as rapid (or public) transit instead.
Fast travel locations (kiosks?) look like a futuristic mailbox with a large green “Tourist Information” hologram above them (like in the image at the top of this guide). They are marked on your map (and minimap) as a purple hexagonal pin.
When you interact with the touchscreen on a fast travel kiosk, you’ll be able to select any other fast travel location as your destination.
Navigating with (and to) fast travel
When you’re tracking a Job, Side Job, Gig, or vehicle for sale — either out of your Journal or directly from the map — a highlighted yellow path will lead you to your objective. Since you’re always tracking one of these, you’ll always have that yellow line (unless you’re waiting for more information about your task).
Interestingly, picking anything else off the map — like a crime, hustle, vendor, or fast travel kiosk — will create a second path in the appropriate color. This is extremely useful for fast traveling, since the fast travel kiosks aren’t always easy to find.
Zoom in on V on your map, and find the nearest fast travel location. Select it to create your path to it — which will include any stairs, alleys, or elevators you’ll need to navigate along the way.
Once you reach the fast travel location, your other path — the yellow one — will remain on the fast travel map you pull up. That makes it easy to find the fast travel destination closest to your, well, destination.