Tips: How to navigate in San Francisco

From my personal experience I have had the opportunity to try several transport; taxi, uber, subway, cable car, car, bicycle and on foot. Most are accessible but some have advantages.
My favorite mode of transport was the Uber indeed it was a big advantage for me because this application offers a car pick one or more person with a place to take her where she wants. Price shopping is really cheap compared to a taxi. Knowing that we were a group of 4, it allowed us to divide the fare by 4 which becomes really profitable.
urban transport
San Francisco and the Bay Area (Bay Area) have a good public transport network. largely overseen by the MUNI (San Francisco Municipal Railway) – which, contrary to what its name suggests, does not support that trains but also in SF intramural, the cable car, buses, trolleybuses the municipal subway and historic tramway.
In addition, for long distance transport, we take the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), which serves the nearby cities and the extensive bus network serving virtually every community in the Bay Area.

– Buses and trolley buses other offer the most comprehensive service. Most buses stop at an intersection of two, some at each crossing. To request a stop, pull on the cable that runs along the windows.
– The urban metro, not to be confused with the BART, is fast and convenient to go directly to Mission, Castro, Lower Haight, Golden Gate Park or to Ocean Beach.
– The historic tram consists of old tram cars of the interwar period. It now has 2 lines. F connects the Embarcadero in Castro down Market Street, with passages every 5-10 minutes during the day. E extends its road along the Embarcadero to the Caltrain station.

The BART, the local RER, Comfortable, has 5 lines that serve good quarantine stations spread over an area 50 km south-west and east of the bay. It crosses underground downtown San Francisco through the middle of Market Street, and on to Mission and to the airport. In the opposite direction, it can easily win Oakland and Berkeley.


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