Trans City Guide

 

TransCity Guide

 

Navigating major US cities can be challenging for toursits and locals alike. Doing some research ahead of time can save you some money. Imagine taking that $60 taxi ride from the airport to your hotel and later finding out there was an airport shuttle van or express airport bus that could have done that same trip for less than $10.

Trans City Guide is your guide to navigating major US cities on a shoestring. We list all the transportation option available in each of the city we cover to allow you to make an intelligent choice once you travel to any one of those cities.

 

 

 

New York City

New York City

New York City has a very extensive public transportation system serving the five boroughs. From buses to subway trains, navigating the city is easy and you definitely don't need a car to sightsee.

Orlando

Orlando

There's no shortage of taxis in New York. When you're tired of walking, just flag down a cab anywhere in the city. Available cabs will have an illuminated white light on the roof to identify them.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Las Vegas offers an abundance of public transit options. From the double-decker deuce bus, eco-friendly monorail to taxis and shuttles, getting around Las Vegas is easy.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a first-class tourist destination and vacation paradise. From the glitter of Hollywood to the glamour of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles is the place to play, shop, stargaze and much more.

San Francisco

San Francisco

Explore the various options for getting around the City by the Bay. Ride the BART or hop on a vintage electric streetcars from the early to mid-20th century.

Washington DC

Washington D.C.

Let's show you how to navigate the Nation's capital using the metrobus, metrorail and other means to get the best out of Washington DC attractions.

Chicago

Chicago

The Chicago Transit System is the second largest public transportation system in the United States, only second to the MTA in New York City.

San Diego

San Diego

There are several options for getting around San Diego, you can take MTS buses, trolleys, the "Coaster" train system, a taxi or rent a car.

Do you know?

The New York City Subway, is the largest subway system in the world by track mileage and the largest by number of stations.