Shuttle services and/or public transit connections at ferry terminals provide ferry riders with many options for getting to the ferry, or to their final destinations when they come ashore.
Use the ferry trip selector that appears in the left column of every page to plan your ferry excursion.
Select the terminal you want to depart from, then choose from the available destination terminals. You’ll get information about shuttle service and public transit options available at your starting and ending terminals, plus schedules, fare information, and details on holiday service, terminal locations and parking.
Here’s a quick summary of the transit options you’ll find:
Alameda Harbor Bay
Transit options near the Alameda Harbor Bay terminal include AC Transit Route 21.
Alameda Main Street
Transit options near the Oakland terminal includes AC Transit Route 31 (short walk).
Transit options near AT&T Park include BART, Caltrain and MUNI buses, trolleys and light rail.
Oakland Jack London Square
Transit options near the Oakland terminal include AC Transit, Amtrak and the Broadway Shuttle with service to BART and downtown Oakland (short walks).
San Francisco Ferry Building
Transit options near the San Francisco Ferry Building include BART and MUNI buses, trolleys, light rail and cable car. In addition, connecting Golden Gate Transit ferries to Marin County (Tiburon, Sausalito, Larkspur), and San Francisco Bay Ferries to Vallejo, Oakland and Alameda Main St arrive and depart from the Ferry Building.
San Francisco Pier 41
Transit options near Pier 41 include MUNI buses, trolleys, light rail and cable car. In addition, connecting ferries to Tiburon & Sausalito, and San Francisco Bay Ferries to Vallejo, Oakland and Alameda Main St arrive and depart from the Pier 41 area.
South San Francisco
Shuttles transport employees to/from arriving and departing ferries and employer locations throughout the Oyster Point Business Park, Sierra Point in Brisbane and the South San Francisco Caltrain station.
The Vallejo Ferry Terminal is just a block away from the Vallejo Transit Center, where connecting bus service to the Napa area via the VINE, and to Vallejo, Benicia and Fairfield via SolTrans, are easily accessible. Supplemental service between San Francisco and Vallejo is provided by the Route 200 bus. See schedule information for the Route 200 bus on our Vallejo schedule page. To connect to the Napa Valley Wine Train, visit www.winetrain.com for complete step-by-step information regarding shuttle connections from the Vallejo ferry terminal. To get to/from Six Flags Discovery Kingdom using the Vallejo Ferry, board a Route #5 SolTrans bus to the Six Flags. The Route #5 picks up directly across from the Ferry Landing in Vallejo. To coordinate your timing please view the Route #5 bus schedule or call (707) 648-4666.
Transit Phone & Web Links
511 BAY AREA TRANSIT INFO www.transit.511.org
AC Transit www.actransit.org
Dial 511 and say “AC Transit”
Commute.org South San Francisco Shuttles http://www.commute.org/shuttle-info/shuttle-information
GOLDEN GATE TRANSIT http://www.goldengate.org/
Oakland Broadway Shuttle http://www.meetdowntownoak.com/shuttle.php
SAMTRANS & CALTRAIN TRANSIT INFO www.samtrans.com
Guaranteed Ride Home Programs
Ferry riders who experience a workday illness, family crisis or other unscheduled emergency may be eligible for a free ride home from work via taxi, rental car or other transit options provided by Guaranteed Ride Home programs offered by San Mateo and Alameda Counties to employees working in those counties. Learn when you can use it, how it works and how to enroll at these web sites:
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