Getting around Solana Beach is easy, whether you jump on your bike, into your car or take advantage of our public transportation options.

By Bike or e-Bike

Solana Beach is a beautiful community to discover by bicycle.
View maps and information about bike trails in Solana Beach

It’s important for parents and caregivers of kids and teenagers to understand what’s legal and what’s not when it comes to e-bikes, so everyone can ride safe.
This video offers questions and answers related to e-bike safety

By Car

The City’s main access routes include Interstate 5, Highway 101, Lomas Santa Fe Drive, and Via de la Valle. 

Get the latest highway conditions at the I-5 Traffic Report page.

View a map of public parking lots

By Bus

With 30 routes, you can get just about anywhere in North County on a BREEZE bus. BREEZE buses provide public transportation in North San Diego County, and offers convenient, comfortable options for getting around.
Routes, Fares and Schedule information

FLEX offers three different service models: on-demand, deviated fixed-route, and point-deviated fixed-route transportation.
Routes, Fares and Schedule information

By Rail

The COASTER commuter train provides breathtaking coastal scenery as it runs north and south through San Diego County, serving eight stations between Oceanside and downtown San Diego. More than 20 trains run on weekdays, with additional service on the weekends. It takes about an hour to travel the entire COASTER route.
Routes, Fares and Schedule information

Our east-west SPRINTER hybrid rail spans 22-miles and connects Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, and Escondido—serving 15 stations along the Highway 78 corridor.
The SPRINTER runs every 30 minutes in each direction Monday through Friday, from approximately 4:00 AM to 9:00 PM Friday and Saturday trains run later.
Routes, Fares and Schedule information

Transportation Assistance

Dial a Ride

Dial-A-Ride is a City service offering affordable transportation to low-income residents who are unable to operate a motor vehicle and/or use public transportation due to their physical limitations from advanced age or disability.

Eligible applicants must be:

  • Legal residents of the City of Solana Beach; and
  • 65 years of age or older (or receiving social security retirement or equivalent benefit) or physically disabled; and
  • Have a specific gross income/household size ratio.

Eligible participants may purchase one taxi voucher booklet per month. Each booklet costs $7.50 per month and has a value of $20.00. Vouchers are non-transferable and may only be used with eligible taxi service providers.

Applications are available at City Hall front desk or can be mailed/emailed. Please call City Hall for more information at (858) 720-2400


Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation (FACT) is a nonprofit agency that coordinates public, nonprofit, private, and other transportation services in San Diego County. FACT seeks to improve access to transportation for seniors, persons with disabilities, veterans, and the income disadvantaged and fill gaps in existing services.

Visit the FACT website

Traveling in San Diego?

Visit the 511 San Diego Transit page for information about transportation options.