You can also get around Santiago by Taxi. Uber is available in Santiago.
Try using shared mobility for a faster commute in Santiago: Bici las Condes, BikeSantiago, Bike Santiago, Mobike, Scoot, Awto and Lime
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Santiago has 1 transit type(s), including: Light Rail, operated by several transit agencies, including Metro de Santiago, Red Metropolitana de Movilidad, MetroTren, Bus Rural, Bus Aeropuerto, Las Condes, Ascensor