Transportation (noun) the act of transporting. Getting from one place to another.
The bus is another option - I don't think I have ever ridden a public bus in the USA. Riding the bus is a great way to get to the city centre or places in between. We still laugh about the time that we rode the bus all the way to the terminal station. It was a long ride. We have a bus stop just around the corner. It does cost money and so we have to decide how many are going and where we would park and how much parking would cost to decide if it is a good deal to take the bus or to drive. It is nice to have the option of the bus as we only have one car.
We have a car so driving is an option. I know the question everyone in the USA wants to know, "how is it driving on the wrong side of the road?" This is not the first time I have driven on the left. I did it in Thailand and then in Hong Kong. It is the left side of the road but really the roads are narrow and with cars parked on the side it is often driving in the middle of the road. I remind myself that I, as the driver, am in the middle of the road. Most of the cars here are manual and smaller than the cars in the USA. I can't imagine driving our van here. I have adjusted to our smaller car and it is large enough. It actually seats seven. We are in the process of getting our driver's licences.
There is the option of taking a taxi. I have only done it a few times to get to the train station.
If you are going longer distances, there is the option of the train.
We do not have a subway/underground/MTR/MRT in our city.
These are our experiences based on who we are and where we live. Experiences may vary in other locations and for other people.