New Shuttle Schedules
Enhancements to the UCSF shuttle system went live on Monday, Oct. 21. A new Orange route debuted, service on the Red shuttle increased, and timetables for most existing routes have been updated to more accurately reflect shuttle arrival and departure times.
“We’re committed to expanding transit service to meet the growing needs of the UCSF community,” said Amit Kothari, interim director of Transportation Services. “With the opening of Tidelands and the Precision Cancer Medical Building in Mission Bay, we’re pleased to be able to offer more service and streamlined routes to get riders to their destination quickly and conveniently.”
Red shuttle extended to 9:30 p.m.
On the Red shuttle route, you will see more frequent service – shuttles will arrive every 8 minutes during peak commute hours (compared to 10-15 minutes previously) – and service on the Red will be extended 2 hours in the evening, from 7:30 to 9:30pm, to provide more service to the 16th Street BART Station.
New Orange shuttle, connection to St. Mary’s Hospital
The Orange shuttle will replace the current Black, Tan and Purple routes and add a new connection at St. Mary’s Hospital. The new St. Mary’s Hospital stop will be located on Hayes Street, in the white zone, between Stanyan and Shrader streets.
1550 Bryant Street via Yellow shuttle
The Yellow shuttle, which runs from Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital to 20th Street, MCB, and the 16th Street BART station, will now stop at 1550 Bryant Street during peak commute hours, in place of the Red Plus, which will no longer stop at 1550 Bryant St.
Currently, we are evaluating feedback and suggestions received since the new scheduled were introduced. In some cases, we intend to slightly revise schedules, as appropriate in response to rider feedback. Any additional adjustments to the new schedules will be complete by January 2020.
To view shuttle schedules, click Routes & Timetables above to view new schedule timetables. Check out what’s new, or visit the UCSF Mobile app Go tab for shuttle resources on your phone, including UCSF Live Shuttle for real-time shuttle info.