I was wandering how local transportation is managed on earth in the 24th century. In one shot (I don't recall where, when or even if) I remember seeing a train-like glass ball moving near Starfleet headquarters. In DS9 "Paradise Lost" we see a carriage. In Voyager "Non Sequitur" we see someone riding a bike. Except for that we see people walking and beaming. Are there public (or private) transporter platforms everywhere*? For long trips a transporter seems reasonable. But for short distances, say from my flat to "Sisko's" it's ten kilometers, do I use a transporter for this ridiculous short distance just to have a bite? Do I have to walk all the way? Do I use a carriage?
Other advanced societies/planets appear to have solved the problem in the same (hidden) way: In TNG "Unification" we see the streets of Romulus crowded with pedestrians. Cardassians (as we can see in the shots the huge public view screen is shown) and Bajorens (they seem to have only parks and no streets at all) do it the same way. The Edo just love to run everywhere they go. On Risa it's walking. On Qo'noS the same.
*There appear to be something like transporter credits, Sisko used to use to visit his parents, but that was city-to-city transport, so not really addressing my topic on how to move within a city.