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On the SAA site, see: GET TO – AND AROUND – SAN FRANCISCO
Getting around in San Francisco is quite easy, using public transportation:
-- BART, the Bay Area Rapid Transit District, takes you up and down both sides of the Bay.
-- CalTrain, will take you from San Francisco down to San Jose.
-- Muni, (the San Francisco Municipal Train Service), can take you along "80 routes throughout San Francisco with stops within 2 blocks of 90% of all residences in the city." This is done via streetcars, buses, light rail vehicles, alternative fuel vehicles, electric trolley coaches, and the all-time famous cable cars. See especially the links to Muni Passports for 1, 3, or 7 day visitor passes.
Share your experiences, thoughts, tips, advice or whatever else you have to say about transportation in San Francisco.