San Jose and San Francisco are linked by two, nearly equidistant stretches of highway, Interstate 280 and Highway 101. Each route should get you to your destination in about an hour (busy morning and evening commute times can add thirty minutes or more). The Interstate 280 route is slightly lengthier, but often less congested and ultimately quicker than the 101, but check your traffic app of choice before choosing a route. If you don’t have a car, you can easily rent one with Getaround which offers an assortment of privately owned, shared vehicles within walking distance—no need to huff it to the airport—for any duration of time. Their app quickly scans your surroundings, and lets you unlock the doors to your rental in minutes. The relatively short distance between the cities also makes a ride hailing service such as Lyft and Uber an option with conventional fares averaging $65.