San Francisco has a 100 walk score. If you don't like to walk, there are plenty of public transportation options and rideshares to get around.
San Francisco is one of the most accessible cities in the world to get around, and you won't even need to bring a car (seriously!). Because we're only 49 square miles and have three of the most reliable transportation systems on the west coast, plenty of transportation options abound. There's SFMUNI, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), Caltrain, and even our world-famous cable cars. With their headquarters in San Francisco, you'll be able to find plenty of Lyfts and Ubers.
Transportation Basics: How to Get Around San Francisco
San Francisco is made up of 49 square miles of long boulevards, curvy streets, hidden alleyways and lots of hills. But have no fear! Follow these tips and you’ll be the transportation hero of your San Francisco adventure.Learn More
Transportation Basics: How to Use Muni
Utilizing Muni to its fullest capabilities will save you time, money, and provide different points of views of the city.Learn More
The cable cars in San Francisco have made their mark on not just the city, but pop culture as well. Learn how to ride these moving national historic landmarks.Learn More
Transportation Basics: How to Get to San Francisco from Oakland
Getting to San Francisco from Oakland International Airport is as easy as BART.Learn More
Transportation Basics: How to Get to San Francisco from SJC
With Caltrain or an airport shuttle, getting from San Jose to San Francisco has never been easier.Learn More
How to Ride the Cable Cars
Nothing says San Francisco like the clang of the cable car as it navigates the city's steep streets. Much more than a tourist attraction, this public transportation is the only moving national historic monument in the U.S. Find out where they go, when they run and how to ride them.Read More
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