San Francisco Transportation

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  • 1. B.A.R.T

    BART is the easiest way to get from the East Bay to the city. It is cheaper than paying for parking if you are traveling alone or with another person. From the East Bay to the city, the fare is about...

  • 2. Cable Cars

    I'd been told that SF's cablecars were usually crowded and thus difficult to get on. I was expecting that to be the case, especially as i visited in July (plenty of visitors). But I observed how they...

  • 3. SF MUNI

    Muni can get very crowded at different times along different routes. The metro can get crowded at random times. Once I was taking the N-Judah into the Financial district and the train was crowded in...

  • 4. Travel Pass

    The Muni Passport is a travel card that allows you unlimited use on the Muni system for the lenght of time you purchase it for. The passport comes in 1 day which is only available at the which are...

  • 5. Ferry

    Easily one of my favorite modes of transportation, the Baylink boat ride from Vallejo to San Francisco also competes as one of my favorite ferry rides anywhere in the world! In terms of mileage, this...

  • 6. Shuttles

    Like many other people that wrote reviews on this huge screw up of a company. If I could I would give them negative 5 stars. My wife and I had a reservation for them to pick us up at 3:50am downtown...

  • 7. By Car

    Driving is an excellent way of getting around San Francisco, especially if you want to explore more off the beaten path places especially away from the city center. If I'm staying with or meeting up...

  • 8. Bicycle / Rickshaws

    I'm a big bike fan but what do you do when you are a tourist and don't have your bike with you? Go to blazing saddle! This place has hundreds of bikes to rent by the hour/day, a perfect way to explore...

  • 9. By Air

    SFO is a major domestic and international airport, but it does slow down considerably after 12 midnight. Late or delayed flights will arrive to a relatively quiet airport baggage claim and lobby....

  • 10. Combined Suggestions

    If you have a hotel downtown, take the Market Street antique trolley toward the Castro District. Get off at Church Street then walk to behind the Safeway Grocery Store where N trains tend to collect...

  • 11. Hired Transport

    We needed transportation with 2 infant car seats to and from the airport. Pleasant Limo was a great choice. They were prompt, professional and friendly. The infant seats were clean and sturdy. One...

  • 12. Walking

    Walking, I can't say enough about getting around on your own two feet. But a city like San Francisco can wear you out faster than most because of its hills. Pace yourself when you wander around the...

  • 13. Trip Sugestions

    "Quake City Shuttle" will drop you to your hotel for $16. Catchy name and cheapest. Super Shuttle is nineteen bucks per person. BART is about seven bucks, and you gotta lug your stuff three long...

  • 14. Other Trains

    The CalTrain is the commuter train that connects the southern part of the peninsula to San Francisco. I've taken the Caltrain on a few rare occasions when I'm meeting friends in San Jose and they...

  • 15. Map of Area

    I wished I had found this site when I was in San Francisco. Anyway, it shows the map of the F-Line Street Cars along with an interactive map that shows exactly where the Street Cars are along the...

  • 16. Fisherman's Wharf to Marina District

    There's a hill that separates Fisherman's Wharf/Maritime Museum waterfront from the Fort Mason/Marina waterfront areas. On the east side, the northern end of...

  • 17. Bradford Street--Steepest Street in SF?

    Setting the curvy or twisted street claims aside, there is also several claims for steepest grade in San Francisco. Bradford Street, at Tompkins, is clearly one...

  • 18. World's Crookedest Street--Lombard or Vermont?

    These two streets are car streets only, although there are also sidewalks and stairs for walking along these two very unique tourist attractions.Wikipedia has...

  • 19. Air Train

    Air Train is the airport's tram that ransports passnegers to all SFO terminals, Parking Garages, Rental Car Center and the BART Station. The train has two...

  • 20. HO HO Busses

    Any newbie tourist to SF would be wise to look into the HO HO busses that run loops around the city. HO HO means hop-on, hop-off. One fee for the entire day...

  • 21. must sees and how to purchase transportation

    yep. no need to rent a car here. they do have zipcar though if you just need one for a few hours. it's more affordable. live...

  • 22. Double-decker City Sightseeing

    We saw this CITY SIGHTSEEING tour company all over San Francisco. You can't miss this brilliantly colored red double decker bus! Passengers have a choice of...

  • 23. getting around s.f.

    to the OP, is it just that you want to ride a cable car? because the muni will take you everywhere you need to go for a lot less money. to ride muni, it's $2...

  • 24. Emission Free Buses

    San Francisco is very congested and yet the city is working very hard to keep it's air clean. This city is very liberal and being "green" is politically...

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    i think the previous poster may be talking about nextbus.comgo there and you can type in your location and destination and it will tell you in exactly how many...

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BART, CalTrain, SF Bay Ferry, and MUNI  combined provide one of the nation's best region transit systems entering and exiting San Francisco.  Why?  Because it has great variety of...

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