BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is a rapid transit system serving the San Francisco Bay Area. The heavy-rail public transit and subway system connects San Francisco with cities in the East Bay and suburbs in northern San Mateo County. BART's rapid transit system operates five routes on 104 miles of line, with 44 stations in four counties.



The San Francisco Municipal Railway is the public transit system for the city and county of San Francisco, California.  Most bus lines are scheduled to operate every five to fifteen minutes during peak hours, every five to twenty minutes middays, about every ten to twenty minutes from 9 pm to midnight, and roughly every half hour for the late night "owl" routes. On weekends, most Muni bus lines are scheduled to run every ten to twenty minutes.


Riders must download the Lyft app to their iOS or Android-based phone, sign up, and enter a valid phone number and credit card details.[3] When a passenger wants a ride, he or she opens the app and requests a ride from a nearby driver. The app shows the driver's name, their ratings by past passengers, and photos of the driver and their car.

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Uber is an app-based transportation network and taxi company. The company uses a smartphone application to receive ride requests and then sends these trip requests to their drivers

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