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Transport

Getting around the city of San Francisco without a car

SFMTA/Muni Gets You Where You Need To Go

Pros: One of the best public transportation systems in the country
Cons: Occasional long waits
Best For: A diverse fleet of city-wide conveyances

Ferry Service/San Francisco

Pros: Commuters and tourists alike, ride the ferries
Cons: Storms make for rough travel
Best For: Enjoying a trip across the San Francisco Bay

Cable Cars Since 1873

Pros: Riding on a specially designated "Moving National Historic Landmark"
Cons: Intimidating hour-long lines to board on weekends and peak tourist times
Best For: Early morning or late night/Views from the top of the hill and heavily oxygenated Golden Gate air

Historic F Line Service/Market St. & The Embarcadero

Pros: Vintage streetcars from around the world providing unique transportation
Cons: Peak tourist hours mean long lines for boarding
Best For: Riding on elegant,meticulously restored vehicles

BART

Pros: Heavy rail public transport system connecting SF to the East Bay and the Southern burbs
Cons: Disrupted service means you're late for work
Best For: Cheap and fast way to airports from the city

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