Stephan, Home Buyer in San Francisco, CA

How easy it to get around Tiburon with public transportation (buses, trains, subways, etc)?

Asked by Stephan, San Francisco, CA Mon Apr 23, 2007

Is it possible to live in this city without a car?

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Hi Stephan, If you bike... there is a large road bike community that uses the Blackie's Pasture and pathways to bike to the freeway. I enjoy roller blading the pathway into town occationaly. As mentioned below, the ferry is there in down town.... yet also, there are a lot of hills in the area . consider taking the ferry boat over from SF and see what you think. Friday nights the main road is blocked off and there is live music. If you are looking to buy one of the condos right there in town, you can commute 'green' easily to city by ferry or bike about locally. If you cannot bike, local transport is good but doesn't make all the back roads up into the hills. If you have special needs in your commuting; there are also a few sites via google that can cater to that area. All the best! Jennifer Lee
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jul 17, 2009
Yes, some people live in this city without a car. There are walking paths and bus transportation. During commute hours there are buses that shuttle to the ferry. There is bus and ferry service to San Francisco. Other points in Marin county ar reachable with connecting bus service.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 23, 2007
Golden Gate Transit is the only real public transportation, with regular service out to the highway and on into San Francisco. As for a car, with so many homes on the hills, it would be difficult to live without a car.
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