Unless you're a seagull, a car is the best mode of transportation getting to and around IB. If your plan is to stay at the beach during your entire visit, walking around is more convenient.
However, it is possible to get to IB and around IB by bus. There are two buses that service Imperial Beach. The 933 and 934 bus from the Palm Avenue Trolley Station will work also as it runs up and down Palm Avenue and Coronado Avenue (east end)/Imperial Beach Boulevard (west end.) With stops along Seacoast Boulevard. The only exception to this is during the Sandcastle Competitions. Then the bus stop is changed to a couple blocks east and you'll have to walk to the beach area.
Better never to use such transportation as on my picture.
This beach lifeguards' vehicle (pickup truck) reminds me one popular TV serial - guess which one? hehe
But where are beach girls?
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1031 Imperial Beach Blvd., Imperial Beach, California, 91932, United States
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Transportation in Imperial Beach is mainly the car. However, there are a couple of bus routes from one end of the city to the other that also run along Coast Bouleverd, the road at the...