Difference between revisions of "Daly City"
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Daly City will always be known as San Francisco's neighbor to the south, or the "Gateway to the Peninsula" as it is officially called. But even apart from San Francisco, Daly City has a rich history. From early settlers to political troublemakers to boxers to farmers, Daly City's historical landscape is filled with fascinating and quirky characters. The city has evolved from a primarily rural town into the most populous city in San Mateo County– and a significant center for business and recreation as well.
Daly City has a mild climate, with wet, mild winters and dry summers. In most months, you can expect the temperature be in the 60s or 70s degrees Fahrenheit (between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius). Be prepared for cool humid weather, even in the summer (except September), when persistent fog often envelops the city.
There are three airports in the San Francisco Bay Area:
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), ☎+1 415 989-2278,  provides a regional frequent rail service connecting much of the East Bay and Contra Costa County with Daly City, San Francisco and the San Francisco Airport through the Transbay Tube, a tunnel underneath San Francisco Bay. BART operates five routes, of which four reach Daly City. BART also meets Caltrain at Millbrae. Bicycles are allowed on BART except between stations designated in the schedule brochure during commute hours. Fares vary depending with distance traveled, and start at $1.40 for trips within the city. You will need to insert your ticket into barriers when entering and exiting the system. Tickets hold a balance, deducting the appropriate price for each trip, so someone who plans to use the system several times can buy a $10 or $20 ticket and not worry about fares until the card is used up.
There are one major highway into Daly City, Interstate 280,a scenic route into the city.
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