Mission Bay Transit Options

Mission Bay Commute Options

There are presently a number of transportation options provided to the UCSF Community when looking to commute to the Mission Bay campus. Please see an overview of these options detailed below:

Public Transit Options

Please click on the area from which you will be commuting to be provided with your public transit options to Mission Bay:

East Bay
North Bay
South Bay

Driving Directions

Please click on the area from which you will be commuting to be provided with driving directions to Mission Bay:

East Bay (from East Bay Bridge)
North Bay (from Golden Gate Bridge)
South Bay (from I-280)
South Bay (from US-101)

Public Transit Options (Expanded)

East Bay

BART:

BART services the East Bay providing various connections to both public transportation and UCSF shuttle to Mission Bay.

Bart Stations (weekdays)
1) RED Shuttle to 16th Street BART from 6:30AM to 8PM about every 15-20 minutes; stops on 4th Street.
2) Mission Bay MTA (missionbaytma.org) to Powell Street BART service about every 15-20 minutes from 7:15AM to 10AM & 3:30PM to 8PM.
3) SF Muni T line serves Embarcadero BART from 5:15AM to midnight about every 9 minutes during peak periods.

Plan your trip by clicking here, and calculate the cost of your commute by clicking here.

Caltrain:

Commuters looking to commute via Caltrain will find UCSF shuttle and public transit connections to the Mission Bay campus when disembarking at the 4th and King St. stop within San Francisco.

Caltrain - 4th and King Street (weekdays)
1) GREEN Shuttle from 6:30AM to 8:00PM every 15-20 minutes; stops on 4th Street.
2) Mission Bay MTA (missionbaytma.org) about every 15-20 minutes from 7:10AM to 9:50AM & 3:45PM to 7:50PM; stops on Owens Street.
3) SF Muni T line from 5:15AM to midnight about every 9 minutes during peak periods (approx. 5 min travel time); stops on 3rd Street

Plan your trip by clicking here, and calculate the cost of your commute by clicking here.

Muni T-Line:

The Muni T line operates seven days a week, beginning at 5 a.m. weekdays, 6 a.m. Saturdays and 8 a.m. Sundays, operating until 1 a.m. Headways on the route range from 9 to 12 minutes during the day, and from 12 to 20 minutes at night.

A live map, and route information can be found be clicking here.

Embarcadero Ferry Building (weekdays)
Muni T line to Folsom and Embarcadero; 5:15AM to midnight about every 9 minutes during peak periods (approx. 13 min travel time); about 5 minute walk to Ferry Building.
Trip planer and fare information available by clicking here.

Transbay Terminal (weekdays)
Muni T line to Folsom and Embarcadero; 5:15AM to midnight about every 9 minutes during peak periods (approx. 13 min travel time); about 6 minute walk to Ferry Building.
Trip planer and fare information available by clicking here.

North Bay

Golden Gate Transit Bus & Ferry:

Golden Gate Transit (GGT) provides regional fixed-route bus service in San Francisco, and in Marin and Sonoma counties. Bus service is also available between San Rafael in central Marin and the El Cerrito del Norte and Richmond BART Stations in western Contra Costa County. Local bus service is provided within Marin County under contract with Marin Transit.

Golden Gate Ferry (GGF) operates frequent ferry service between San Francisco and Larkspur in central Marin County, and between San Francisco and Sausalito in southern Marin County.
Trip planer and fare information available by clicking here.

Park & Ride lots provide convenient locations to park your car and board Golden Gate Transit (GGT) buses and ferries, or carpools and vanpools. Learn more by clicking here.

South Bay

BART:

BART services the South Bay providing various connections to both public transportation and UCSF shuttle to Mission Bay.

Bart Stations (weekdays)
1) RED Shuttle to 16th Street BART from 6:30AM to 8PM about every 15-20 minutes; stops on 4th Street.
2) Mission Bay MTA (missionbaytma.org) to Powell Street BART service about every 15-20 minutes from 7:15AM to 10AM & 3:30PM to 8PM.
3) SF Muni T line serves Embarcadero BART from 5:15AM to midnight about every 9 minutes during peak periods.

Plan your trip by clicking here, and calculate the cost of your commute by clicking here.

Caltrain:

Commuters looking to commute via Caltrain will find UCSF shuttle and public transit connections to the Mission Bay campus when disembarking at the 4th and King St. stop within San Francisco.

Caltrain - 4th and King Street (weekdays)
1) GREEN Shuttle from 6:30AM to 8:00PM every 15-20 minutes; stops on 4th Street.
2) Mission Bay MTA (missionbaytma.org) about every 15-20 minutes from 7:10AM to 9:50AM & 3:45PM to 7:50PM; stops on Owens Street.
3) SF Muni T line from 5:15AM to midnight about every 9 minutes during peak periods (approx. 5 min travel time); stops on 3rd Street

Plan your trip by clicking here, and calculate the cost of your commute by clicking here.

Muni T-Line:

The Muni T line operates seven days a week, beginning at 5 a.m. weekdays, 6 a.m. Saturdays and 8 a.m. Sundays, operating until 1 a.m. Headways on the route range from 9 to 12 minutes during the day, and from 12 to 20 minutes at night.

A live map, and route information can be found be clicking here.


For assistance planning your commute, refer to the trip planner and other resources available at: http://www.511.org/ or contact the campus Rideshare Coordinator, Eric Skultety directly at (415) 502-1727 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

 

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