Mission Bay News & Updates
Until Further Notice: (last updated 4-8-20)
BART is running trains every 30 minutes system wide, Mon-Fri from 5am to 9pm. Three line service (transfers required) starts earlier in the evening.
Saturday BART service runs 8am to 9pm.
SFMTA has suspended all Muni light rail (Metro) service.
Buses have replaced the Metro light rail system.
- The following subway stations are CLOSED: West Portal, Forest Hill, Castro, Church and Van Ness
- BART-only sections in Downtown stations are open during regular BART service hours
- Bus shuttles are running on Muni Metro lines. They use the same stop locations as Early Morning Metro Bus Service. Locations are here: Early Morning Metro Bus Service.
- Shuttles run at 10-12 minute frequency on weekdays; at 15-minutes on weekends
- GPS arrival times are available on Nextbus for: JBus, KTBus, LBus, MBus, and NBus (Metro substitution buses)
- Rapid Routes are discontinued — please use local services instead. The 14R and 38R are the only exceptions to this.
Starting Tuesday, April 7: Routes 2 Clement, 3 Jackson, 5 Fulton, 7 Haight, 10 Townsend, 21 Hayes and 31 Balboa will be discontinued.
Starting Wednesday, April 8: MUNI will reduce service to 17 ‘core network’ routes. Frequency will range from 10 to 30 minutes and buses run from approximately 5am to 10pm. Some routes will be modified slightly to extend coverage to more riders. Access the Core Service Map showing frequency and regional transit connections: a larger map of the Core Service area here.
These are the routes running as of 4-8:
T Third St
9 San Bruno
14 Mission and 14R Rapid
25 Treasure Island
33 Geary and 33 Rapid
49 Van Ness/Mission
CALTRAIN has reduced service by 50%. Baby Bullet trains are suspended until further notice.
AC TRANSIT is running Sunday schedules. Rides are fare-free; boarding is through rear doors only.
The Ferries are operating.
BART is operating from 5AM to 9PM on weekdays. Riders must be in the system by 8:45PM to be guaranteed a ride to their destination station.
Frequency is 30 min. during these service hours.
Beginning Saturday, March 28th, weekend service will operate from 8AM to 9PM.
With the COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place orders, ridership has declined by over 90%. BART will monitor ridership levels daily to determine how long these reduced hours will be in effect.
Mission Bay Shuttle will be providing Essential Service throughout the mandatory business closures and order to shelter in place as the Bay Area tries to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
We recognize many of you rely on the shuttle and still need to get to and from work.
Our Essential Service Schedule will take effect on Wednesday, March 18th and be in place until further notice. We believe this level of service will provide the recommended Social Distancing for riders, and buses used will continue to have enhanced cleaning.
The Essential Service Schedule provides one bus on each route, including CCA/Adobe route.
BART and Transbay fares increased as of January 1, 2020. Transbay increased $0.50; BART fares vary depending on where you’re going.
The 409-499 Illinois stop is now at 16th & Illinois. It is in the new white passenger loading zone on the Chase Center side of the street. When this stop is closed due to events at Chase Center, use the stop at 730 TFB.
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.
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 4:30 pm and 5:50 pm.