San Francisco cable car system

Mass transportation system
The San Francisco cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system. An icon of San Francisco, the cable car system forms part of the intermodal urban transport network operated by the San Francisco Municipal Railway. Wikipedia
Area: 6 acres
Year built: 1873
Number of lines: 3
Added to NRHP: October 15, 1966
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Are cable cars operating in San Francisco?
SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco's iconic cable cars remain sidelined by the coronavirus pandemic but officials said Friday the city's historic streetcars will start rolling again this weekend. ... San Francisco's cable cars are expected to return to operation in the fall, the city's transit authority said March 2, 2021.
How much does it cost to ride a cable car in San Francisco?
Fares for the Cable car are: Adult & Youth (ages 5-17) $6.00 each way. $3 for seniors or those with disabilities. An All-Day Passport is sold for $14 by the conductors on the cable cars.
Which is the best cable car ride in San Francisco?
Most San Franciscans will tell you that the Powell-Hyde line is the most exciting trip to take and we wholeheartedly agree. The Powell-Hyde line starts at the cable car turnaround at Powell Street and Market Street (map).
Where does the cable car go in San Francisco?

The Three Cable Car Routes

Powell & Hyde: leaves from Market Street at Powell, near Union Square, and ends at Hyde and Beach Streets in Fisherman's Wharf.
Powell & Mason: also leaves from Market and Powell, and ends at Bay and Taylor Streets, a couple of blocks from Fisherman's Wharf.
How to Ride a Cable Car in San Francisco. Insider tips from a local! > cable-car-san-francisco
Questions? Our cable car grip operators and conductors are there to help. You can also Tweet us @sfmta_muni. Or contact the San Francisco Customer Service  ... Cable Car History · Charter a Cable Car or Streetcar · Powell/Mason
The San Francisco cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system. An icon of San Francisco, the cable car system forms part of the ... History · Operation · Network · Cars Line number: 59 Powell–Mason; 60 Powell–Hyde; 61 California St No. of tracks: 2 Track gauge: 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Train length: 1 grip car
San Francisco is one of the few places in the world where people can ride on a national historic landmark. The cable cars are the world's last manually operated  ...
The San Francisco Cable Car system is the last working system of its kind in the world. The cable cars move by gripping an underground cable that is in constant  ...
CABLE CAR SCHEDULES ... The cable cars in San Francisco begin running around 6:00 am and they run until about 1:00 AM. The schedule varies throughout the ...
Visiting San Francisco? Then come check out the San Francisco Cable Car Website, the online home of the web's first interactive Cable Car. Features include: ...
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It no longer exists in San Francisco. During a visit in April, I was disappointed to learn that riding a cable car is a thing of the past. Without a cable car sound ...
The F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar line and the city's three cable car lines are owned and operated by the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni), ...
Cable Car Fares. One ride on the San Francisco cable car now costs $8: same price for everyone. Only exceptions: seniors 65+ pay $4 before 7 ...
6 days ago · "We want people to have great experiences in San Francisco and nothing says San Francisco like a cable car ride, rolling up and down the hills ...