SF Fares

101 Muni fees



This is probably one of the more confusing transportations out there. So let's Keep it simple there's 3 main trains:
-Muni bus:$2 per adult and $.75 for Seniors & Youth (5-17)
-Muni Trains: Exactly the same, but this ride is on old school rail tracks.
-Cable Cars: $6 per single ride for children and Adult.
I recommend you if your sightseeing the city for a day getting a 1-Day Passport, its only $14 and you can use it on all muni vehicles.
Remember to save your transfer since its valid for the next 90 minutes of purchase, just in case you wanted to take another ride.

Bart

(bay area rapit transit)



The BART story began in 1946. It began not by governmental fiat, but as a concept gradually evolving at informal gatherings of business and civic leaders on both sides of the San Francisco Bay.
Now the best way to get around parts of the major city: Embarcadero, Downtown, The Mission Distric, and even Oakland, and its super nice away from most of the chaos in the busses.
Avarage Trip would be:
Single Trip: $1.75
Round Trip: $3.50

The Ferry



Enjoy spectacular sunset views of San Francisco Bay as you dine on a hearty appetizer buffet aboard our relaxing 2-hour sunset cruise. Listen to live commentary as we sail past spectacular San Francisco attrcations, including, Alcatraz and Golden Gate Bridge.
This would cost you about:
Adult: $43
Senior: $36
Child: $27-38

Bikes




Its one of the cheapest best ways to get around the city.
im not honestly dont stress yourslef about what spot is the best since the city along is pretty expensive, but at least you'll be getting the most gang for your buck, but it might take longger to get from point A to B.
If you happen to come down to San Francisco on the last friday of every month theres a group of bike fanaticts that rolle out of civic center with a small but lively crew of partiers and music bikes and headed through SOMA en masse (Shout to to BikePretty, so rocked a music bike for the first time last month!). The flat wide streets of the South of Market district always make for a great ride and it’s a sight to see so many riders filling the lane, stopping at red lights and making new friends. Rolling through our favorite round-a-bout, we pedaled down Townsend to the Embarcadero to dance in the shadow of AT&T Park

Big thanks to FTC