Mission Bay News & Updates
AC Transit fares for Transbay service increased to $5.50 per one way trip. Service has increased on several lines: C, FS, G< H, J, P, SB, V and W. Some of these routes are now using double-decker buses; others have been streamlined.
The new Transbay bus terminal remains closed indefinitely.
AC Transit and Golden Gate service to the East and North Bay is operating from the old ‘temporary’ terminal on Mission between Spear and Beale for the time being. The MB Shuttle stop remains at 500 Howard, just south of the Salesforce Terminal.
Caltrain electrification construction is underway in and around Mission Bay. Starting Sat, Oct 6th, both the Caltrain stations at 4th & King and 22nd Street will be closed on weekends through spring, 2019.
Caltrain will run free bus service to and from both of these stations in the interim. WEEKDAY SERVICE WILL NOT BE AFFECTED.
BART has permanently shuttered the entry to Civic Center Station on Market St in front of the Hotel Whitcomb.
Demolition of the Muni passenger loading platform in front of the new Warriors stadium begins Jan 22nd. One lane will remain open heading southbound but most traffic will be detoured to 4th and Terry Francois for approximately 16 days; after that one lane will be open in each direction through March. Muni will provide substitute bus service from the Mission Rock and Nelson Rising stops during this time. Lane closures will run from Mariposa to Mission Bay Blvd South; but sidewalks will remain open. The intersections at 3rd & South Street and 3rd & 16th will be most heavily impacted. Parking along Terry Francois will also be removed.
At the northern end of Mission Bay, construction on the new hotel will begin at 3rd & Channel in the next few months.