Got somewhere to be in San Fernando? Don’t worry, LA City Cab is your reliable ride, every time. Our San Fernando taxi cabs are clean, safe, and the most affordable way to get where you’re going.
LA City Cab’s taxi service in San Fernando is so much more than your usual ridesharing experience. Remember, just because someone has a smartphone and a car doesn’t automatically mean that they are a professional driver. A professional driver is someone who is courteous, thoroughly background checked, and knows the best and most efficient routes to take on your journey.
Choosing a taxi cab in San Fernando means choosing a ride experience that will never “surge” the cost of your ride just because it’s a busy day. It means always being secure in the peace of mind that your driver is fully licensed and bonded.
Ready to leave town for a while? No problem: LA City Cab is here for you. Need a taxi from San Fernando to LAX? We’re on it! Back from your trip and ready to grab a cab from LAX back to San Fernando? No problem. LA City Cab is partnered with LA’s major airports to ensure that you never have to worry or stress about ground transportation on an air travel day.
|DESTINATION:||San Fernando Taxi Rates:|
|Flag drop (first 1/9th mile)||2.85|
|Each additional 1/9th mile ($2.70 per mile)||$0.30|
|Each 37 sec. waiting time and/or traffic delay ($29.19/hr. wait)||$0.30|
|Min. fare for all taxi trips originating at LAX plus $4.00 airport-mandated surcharge||$15|
|Flat rate per trip (group) in either direction for trips between LAX and Downtown LA||$46.50|
|Flat rate from within the West Hollywood city limits directly to LAX||$40|
|HOURLY RATE / TOURS-LOCAL||$45/HOUR|
The enclave of San Fernando is the small but notable city that shares a name with the San Fernando Valley, where it is situated. Of course, that name originally came about during California’s mission era, when the Mission San Fernando Rey de Espana sat in the area we now know as San Fernando.
One piece of the San Fernando Valley’s history that many may not know is that the area was not annexed by Los Angeles proper until about 100 years ago. Since the Valley was thoroughly an agricultural community, the residents were excited to take advantage of the water access they would gain by becoming part of Los Angeles.
San Fernando sits in a geographical box that is contained by the 210, 5, 118, and 405 freeways. This convenient location makes San Fernando a popular “bedroom” or suburban community today.
The website for San Fernando’s local government notes that “in 1874, San Fernando became the valley’s first organized community, thus earning the title ‘First City of the Valley.’”