Transit Connections


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Transit Connections Brochure

Download our BART Transit Connections brochure from our brochure section, to see the various transit services that can be taken to and from BART.  This guide also shows the locations of popular destinations near BART Stations. These brochures are available in all BART stations.

Transit Transbay BART alternatives located near BART stations

While infrequent, we from time to time experience incidents that prevents transbay service and we recommend seeking alternative means of transportation. Recent examples have been a downed PG&E electrical wire or a fire at a construction lot near the West Oakland station that damaged our tracks.

During these incidents we rely on our transit partners to get you where you need to go. Not everyone is an expert at knowing how to get across the bay without BART and without a car.

With that in mind, we’ve created www.bart.gov/transbayalternatives cheat sheet that shows you transbay bus lines and ferry options located within walking distance to BART stations.  The idea is to show you how to get as far as you can on BART and then where you can connect to a bus or ferry during these incidents. We also want to show a variety of pick up locations to avoid all riders trying to board a bus at the same stop.



Late Night Bus Pilot Project

BART and AC Transit have partnered to implement a pilot project designed to enhance AC Transit’s late night bus service. On Friday and Saturday nights, service frequency on lines 800 (San Francisco to Richmond BART) and 801 (downtown Oakland to Fremont BART) will be increased. (A new line, Line 822 between San Francisco to points along BART’s Pittsburg/Bay Point line, was tested but discontinued due to low ridership.) Line 800 starts at 24th Street/Mission Street on these nights.

Highlights of the Late Night Bus Pilot Project include:

  • New San Francisco stops at 16th/Mission and 24th/Mission
  • More frequent service between San Francisco and Richmond
  • More frequent service to Downtown Oakland nightspots
  • More frequent service between Downtown Oakland and Fremont

For more information visit www.actransit.org/allnighter


 

Public Transit Services by County

Alameda County

AC Transit

Altamont Commuter Express (ACE)

Amtrak San Joaquins

Capitol Corridor

County Connection

Emery Go-Round

Livermore Amador Valley Transit (WHEELS)

San Francisco Bay Ferry

San Joaquin Regional Transit

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)

Union City Transit

 

Contra Costa County

AC Transit

Amtrak San Joaquins

Benicia Transit

Capitol Corridor

County Connection

Fairfield-Suisun Transit

Golden Gate Transit

Rio Vista Delta Breeze

Tri Delta Transit

WestCAT

 

Marin County

Angel Island - Tiburon Ferry

Blue & Gold Fleet

Golden Gate Bus and Ferry Transit

 

Napa County

American Canyon Transit

Napa Valley Transit (VINE)

 

San Francisco City and County

AC Transit

Blue & Gold Fleet

Caltrain

Capitol Corridor​

Golden Gate Bus and Ferry Transit

Harbor Bay Ferry

SamTrans

San Francisco Bay Ferry

San Francisco Muni

 

San Mateo County

Caltrain (NOTE: Cross-platform transfers at the Millbrae BART Station)

SamTrans

San Francisco Bay Ferry

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)

 

Santa Clara County

AC Transit

Altamont Commuter Express (ACE)

Caltrain

Monterey-Salinas Transit

SamTrans

San Benito County Express

San Joaquin Regional Transit 

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)

 

Solano County

Benicia Transit

Fairfield-Suisun Transit

Vacaville City Coach

San Francisco Bay Ferry

Vallejo Transit

Rio Vista Delta Breeze

 

Sonoma County

Golden Gate Bus Transit

Healdsburg In-City Transit

Mendocino Transit

Petaluma Transit

Santa Rosa CityBus

Sonoma County Transit

 


Shuttle Services
Some BART stations are served by low-cost or no-cost shuttles. Check out a list of shuttle services on 511.org to find one that works for you.