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At Furnished Apartments San Diego, we want to help you make your way around San Diego. The city has an easy and convenient highway system as well as several airports. It also has public transportation to help you get around the city and surrounding neighborhoods. There is even ferry service to help you get to certain areas.

Public Transportation:
People looking for short term rentals in San Diego who want to get around in the city will want to turn to San Diego’s Metropolitan Transit System (MTS). The MTS offers both bus and trolley services. The bus services offer 100 fixed routes around the city. You can travel to any neighborhood with the bus service, including North County. To travel by bus in San Diego, you need to have exact change. For $5, you can purchase a day pass that gives you unlimited access to both the bus and trolley systems. The cheapest fares for buses are $2.25, which covers local neighborhood routes.

The San Diego Trolley offers three lines that cover 51 miles and 53 stations. The Blue Line takes you to places like the US/Mexico border. You can also get to Old Town, Chula Vista, and Downtown on this line. The Green Line offers services to Old Town, Santee, Mission Valley, and San Diego State University (SDSU). On the Orange Line you can access Downtown, El Cajon, and La Mesa. Fares start as low as $1.25 and can go as high as $5 for an all-day pass. MTS officials and San Diego police make frequent inspections during Trolley trips, so you want to make sure you have your ticket with you at all times.

If you are planning to go to Coronado, you can drive their via the Coronado Bridge, or you can take a trip on the San Diego-Coronado Ferry. The ferry takes you from the Broadway Pier (which is located at the intersection of Broadway and Harbor Streets) to Coronado’s Ferry Landing shopping and dining center. It is around a 15-minute trip and the fare is $3.75 for a one-way trip.

Someone looking for furnished apartments in San Diego who wants to get around by taxi has a number of options to choose from. Most of them charge fees that start at around $2.20 for the first 1/10 mile, and then go up to $2.30 for each additional mile. Some of the taxi services around San Diego you can take advantage of include:

  • San Diego Cab
  • San Diego Airport Taxi Cab
  • Silver Cab of San Diego
  • San Diego Dispatch
  • Del Mar Cab

San Diego is a very driver-friendly city. There are three major interstate highways (the I-5, the I-8, and the I-15) that allow you access to the city. Rush hour traffic can be congested and difficult to navigate through, but that is the case for most major cities. The busiest traffic hours tend to be from 7 am to 9 am and 4 pm to 7 pm. In addition, parking in Downtown San Diego can be a bit on the expensive side, coasting anywhere from $5 to $20 depending on what time it is and what day it is.

As for the highways, the I-5 interstate highway begins in the San Ysidro district, at the US/Mexico border. From this highway you can travel north through Los Angeles all the way to Washington state. The I-8 starts in the Ocean Beach neighborhood. It takes you through eastern San Diego and into Arizona. The I-15 starts in southern San Diego County and can be taken north all the way to the US/Canada border in Montana.

The San Diego International Airport (also known as Lindbergh Field) is the busiest single-runway airport in the U.S., servicing around 17 million passengers per year. It is also the second busiest single-runway airport in the entire world. Located 3 miles northwest of San Diego’s central business district, the San Diego International Airport is the airport that someone looking for short term rentals in San Diego would most likely use to travel to and from the city by plane. You can get to and from the airport on Metro bus #992 or use one of the airport shuttle services.

Another notable in the San Diego area is the McClellan-Palomar Airport, located about 35 miles north of the city in Carlsbad. Others include the Montgomery Field Airport (located six miles north of the central business district) and Brown Field Municipal Airport (located in the Otay Mesa neighborhood).

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