Earlier afternoon service on Red Starts Monday, July 6
View Red schedule effective July 6. View all schedules at Routes & Timetables below.
Increased Shuttle Capacity Effective July 6
To accommodate increased demand, Transportation will increase capacity onboard shuttles from 6 to 12 passengers per shuttle, starting Monday, July 6, 2020.
Together, we can prevent the spread of COVID-19
For your safety, all passengers are required to wear a mask or face cover when boarding and riding on the shuttle. Shuttles will be limited to 12 passengers seated only in designated seats to allow space for physical distancing. Passengers not able board receive a Lyft ride (in the Lyft app, create an account, select menu (top left), select Promos, enter your promo code, then request your ride).
After-hours on-demand service to be discontinued starting July 6 until further notice. The Jitney will continue to operate at Mission Bay. See details in On-Demand section below.
Free shuttles provide transportation to UCSF faculty, staff, students, patients, patient family members, and visitors to all campus locations, including Parnassus Heights, Mission Bay, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, Mount Zion and more. All shuttles are ADA accessible and equipped with bike racks. To print the shuttle map, click here.
*NEW* Improved BART Connections
Request a ride from On-Demand Shuttle Service
Faster, Easier BART connections
To better serve commuters who travel on BART, we’re making the connection between BART and UCSF smoother and faster. Expanding service to regional transit hubs aligns with our goals to improve transportation options for UCSF staff, faculty, students, patients, and visitors.
Parnassus Heights | BART
UCSF’s Lime shuttle route will include a stop at the 16th Street BART station during peak commute hours, providing a direct connection between Parnassus Heights and BART (no transfer required). During midday, the Lime route will not stop at BART, but will continue to serve riders between Mission Center Building (MCB) and Parnassus Heights with a stop at Buchanan Dental.
Where to catch the Lime at BART
In the mornings, the Lime shuttle will stop at BART at: 2970 16th Street (between Mission St. and Capp St.)
In the evenings, the Lime shuttle will stop at BART at: 3001 16th Street (between Mission St. and Hoff St.)
For more information, view map of the Lime shuttle stop locations at BART.
Mission Bay | BART
Mission Center Building (MCB) | BART
Beginning June 1, connections between BART and Mission Bay, and BART and MCB, will be faster with increased capacity. Red shuttles will provide direct non-stop service from Mission Bay to the 16th St. BART station only, effectively making all Red shuttles Red Express shuttles. This change reflects rider feedback and ridership data collected during regular service operations, prior to COVID-19 impacts.
For MCB riders, a new Purple shuttle will be introduced that will travel between MCB and BART.
After-hours On-Demand Service to be Temporarily Discontinued
The Jitney will continue to Operate at Mission Bay
The after-hours and weekend on-demand service, known as the Mission Bay Local and Parnassus East/West routes, will be temporarily discontinued effective July 1, due to extremely low ridership.
The Mission Bay Jitney will continue to offer on-demand shuttle service on weekdays from 8:00 am—5:00 pm and will transport riders within a ½ mile of the Mission Bay campus.
To request a ride, click here or call 415.915.4283.
UCSF shuttles welcome UCSF faculty, staff, students, patients and patient family members on board. Please show your UCSF ID when boarding. Minors are welcome, in the company of a parent or chaperone.
Please refrain from conversations with the driver while riding on the shuttles. Drivers are not permitted to stop at any location not identified on the shuttle schedule.
As a courtesy to other passengers, please refrain from eating, drinking and cell phone conversations while riding on the shuttles.
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