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The closest major airport is Oakland International Airport, located in Oakland, CA, at a driving distance of just 12 miles from the city center of San Francisco, CA, which can be easily made in approximately 20 minutes.

 

Getting around in San Francisco, CA

Getting around in San Francisco isn't considered to be very hard, especially because all the streets are numbered (100 per block), from the beginning of the street. A good thing to keep in mind would be that even and odd numbers are on opposite sides.

 

One of the most confusing things, while driving in San Francisco, is the multiple grid streets, particularly in the downtown area, where 2 grids intersect at an angle, along Market Street, and the fact that there are no left turns permitted in the city, which often get people frustrated when they have to drive for miles on 19th Avenue or Market Street, without having the possibility to turn left. In order to avoid this kind of frustration, while driving in San Francisco, be sure to drive around the block, making multiple right turns, after passing your desired street, staying on the right lane.

 

The public transportation service is provided by San Francisco Municipal Railway or Muni, which runs a network of local transportation vehicles, such as the Muni Metro, the Historic Streetcar F Line or the world-famous Cable Cars, which cover most of the areas in the city, with touristic interest.

 

How to get to University of San Francisco campus?

Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!

 

Traveling from the South (Golden Gate North Bridge/North Bay): After you cross the Golden Gate Bridge, be sure to remain on the right lane, and take the 19th Avenue Exit. Make a right on Cabrillo Street, and then a left, onto 14th Avenue. Proceed to Fulton Street and turn left. At the top of the hill, turn left onto Parker Avenue and then right onto Golden Gate Avenue. Proceed to the visitor's entrance on Golden Gate between Kittredge Terrace and Roselyn Terrace.

 

Traveling from the West (Bay Bridge/East Bay): After crossing Bay Bridge, take the "101 North, Golden Gate Bridge" exit, to the Fell/Octavia Streets exit (434B). Drive straight ahead, for 5 signals, and turn left onto Fell Street. Travel for approximately 1 mile to Masonic Avenue. Turn right on Masonic and travel for 3 blocks. Turn left onto Fulton and continue 4 blocks to Parker Avenue (St. Ignatius Church will be on your right.) Turn right onto Parker, go one block to Golden Gate Avenue. Turn right onto Golden Gate and proceed to the visitor's entrance (located to your right between Kittredge Terrace and Roselyn Terrace.)

 

Traveling North on 280 (Peninsula/South Bay): Start by driving on 280 Northbound. Take the 19th Avenue exit and stay in the left lanes. Stay on 19th Avenue for approximately three miles. Turn right onto Fulton Street. At the top of the hill, turn left onto Parker Avenue and then right onto Golden Gate Avenue. Proceed to the visitor's entrance on Golden Gate between Kittredge Terrace and Roselyn Terrace.

 

Traveling North on 101 (Peninsula/San Jose/South Bay): Start by taking Highway 101 Northbound. Once in San Francisco, stay in the left lane and follow "101 North, Golden Gate Bridge" then take the Fell/Octavia Streets exit (434B). Proceed straight ahead for 5 signals and turn left onto Fell Street. Travel approximately 1 mile to Masonic Av. Turn right on Masonic and travel 3 blocks. Turn left onto Fulton and continue 4 blocks to Parker Avenue (St. Ignatius Church will be on your right.) Turn right onto Parker, go one block to Golden Gate Avenue. Turn right onto Golden Gate and proceed to the visitor's entrance (located to your right between Kittredge Terrace and Roselyn Terrace.)