San Diego Public Transit
North County Transit District-Bus
San Diego International Airport
University of San Diego - Tram Service
Light Rail agencies
Cable Car agencies
Alternatives to Public Transit in San Diego
You can also get around San Diego by Taxi. Uber and Lyft are available in San Diego.
Try using shared mobility for a faster commute in San Diego: Decobike San Diego, JUMP, Mobike, Spin, Bird, Wind, Skip, Razor, Lime, Wheels, Zipcar and Lyft
San Diego Offline Maps (PDF)
Get around San Diego by public transit!
Traveling around San Diego has never been so easy. See step by step directions as you travel to any attraction, street or major public transit station. View bus and train schedules, arrival times, service alerts and detailed routes on a map, so you know exactly how to get to anywhere in San Diego.
When traveling to any destination around San Diego use Moovit's Live Directions with Get Off Notifications to know exactly where and how far to walk, how long to wait for your line, and how many stops are left. Moovit will alert you when it’s time to get off — no need to constantly re-check whether yours is the next stop.
Curious to know how the commute in San Diego compares to cities across the world? The Moovit Public Transit Index shows facts and statistics about public transit usage in over 150 cities. Find the average commute and wait time for riders, the distance people travel to get to work with public transit and the average distance people in San Diego walk each day. See which Bus, Train, Light Rail, Ferry, Cable Car and stations are the most popular in San Diego, and more!
San Diego has 5 transit type(s), including: Bus, Train, Light Rail, Ferry, Cable Car, operated by several transit agencies, including MTS-Cable, North County Transit District-Tram, North County Transit District-Rail, MTS-Bus, MTS-Ferry, North County Transit District-Bus, San Diego International Airport, University of San Diego - Tram Service