Mission Bay News & Updates
Mission Bay Shuttle is working with SFMTA to improve our stop locations and operations at transit hubs. We are considering changes to where we pick up and drop riders at all transit hubs, plus adding both Embarcadero and Civic Center to our system. These changes would not begin until late summer or early fall.
For more information and to give us your input, please visit: http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07egb8iofejvctrpqp/start
The 409-499 Illinois stop is relocating to 16th & 4th Street (MUNI bus stop) as of April 22nd, until further notice. The relocation is due to construction which closes 16th St. east of 3rd Street for the next several months.
Tideline is offering service between the Berkeley Marina, Pier 1.5 in San Francisco (Ferry Building), and Pier 52 in Mission Bay. One-way, roundtrip, and monthly passes are available.
Service will be unavailable the week of April 15 due to mandatory boat maintenance, but resumes on Mon, April 22.
From Berkeley to Pier 52 is $12.50 each way; $25 roundtrip
From Pier 1.5 (near the Ferry Building) to Mission Bay, the price is $3 each way.
The vessel capacity is 44 people; reservations are suggested.
There are 2 morning departures from Berkeley at 7:10 am and 8:35 am. The trip takes 45 minutes including the stop at the Ferry Building.
The two evening departures leave Mission Bay at 4:40 pm and 6:05 pm.
The stop at Harrison St & 2nd (used only by the Transbay route) is discontinued as of April 1st.
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.
The T Light rail will resume service at the UCSF platform by May 1. There will be one more closure of the platform (with substitute bus service) for a few days in July.
Work at the intersection ofo 16th & Third Streets continues, but the intersection is open to both vehicles and pedestrians, but expect delays.