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Are you planning to move to San Diego, California? Taking into consideration that it has been nicknamed America’s Finest City, it is no wonder you want to start calling it home. If you are serious about your relocation, you have probably already read all about the city’s schools, large employers, and outdoor attractions. However, there is one more thing you should look up – ways of getting around the city. For this reason, we at USA Auto Transport have decided to compile a quick guide to San Diego’s transportation.

How Do I Get Around San Diego, California?

While most people in San Diego commute to work in their own cars, some twenty per cent of them still use the public transport system. San Diego is served by a light rail system provided by San Diego Trolley. In addition, the buses in San Diego are provided by the SDMTS bus system and Coaster. Amtrak provides intercity buses, connecting San Diego to San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Santa Ana, and other cities and towns in California.

Why Do I Need a Car In San Diego, California?

On the surface, it may seem that San Diego has a well-developed network of public transit lines. However, unless you are going to live and work in the downtown area of San Diego, you will need a car. The bus system is not only expensive, but it is also not the most efficient way of getting around. It does not cover more remote areas of San Diego, and can only be useful for getting around the downtown area.
Another reason why you might want to stick to your four-wheeled friend is that driving around San Diego is really easy. The city is served by a number of freeways and highways. These include:
- Interstate 5, which connects San Diego to Tijuana and Los Angeles;
- Interstate 8, which connects the city to Imperial County and Arizona;
- Interstate 15, which runs northeast, connecting San Diego to Las Vegas and Salt Lake City; and
- Interstate 805, which is an extension of I-5.
There are several major state highways as well, including:
- SR 94, which connects the downtown area to I-805 and I-15;
- SR 163, the oldest route in the city, which connects Downtown to the northeast of San Diego;
- SR 52, which connects La Jolla to the East County and SR 125;
- SR 56, which acts as a connector between I-5 and I-15;
- SR 75, which runs along the San Diego Bay; and
- SR 905, which connects I-5 to I-805.
If you want to see a complete map of San Diego’s roads and get directions for your future commutes, click here.

Are you ready to move to San Diego? If so, don’t forget to take your vehicle with you! For more information on how to do that, contact USA Auto Transport. Our representatives will be more than happy to provide you with more information about our services, including terminal-to-terminal and door-to-door auto transport, personal and dealership car shipping, open and enclosed auto carriers, and more. Contact USA Auto Transport today to get the best car shipping quotes and schedule your vehicle transportation.

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