San Francisco airport shuttle
This section covers airport transportation and transit in City and County of San Francisco, South San Francisco, and Daly City. Below is the list of options for shuttle service between San Francisco and three major airports in Bay Area: San Francisco (SFO), Oakland (OAK), and San Jose (SJC). For other parts of San Francisco Bay Area choose from the options below:
See also neighboring areas of:
Airport Express San
GO Lorrie's Airport Service
Quake City Airport Shuttle
Francisco SFO, OAK, and SJC Airports
Transit and Public Transportation for Major International Airports in San Francisco Bay Area:
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - major and by far largest airport in the Northern California offers numerous airlines providing flights all over the world. Getting around SFO - AirTrain is the airport's light rail system. Fully automated and free of charge, it connects all four terminals, the two international terminal garages, the BART station, and the airport's Rental Car Center. The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) BART station, located in Parking Garage G of the International Terminal, is the only direct rail link between the airport, the city of San Francisco, and the general Bay Area. The San Francisco Municipal Railway, San Francisco's transit agency, does not provide service to the airport. However, SamTrans, San Mateo County's transit agency, does, with three lines connecting Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and the International Terminal to San Francisco and the Peninsula down to Palo Alto. Numerous door-to-door van, airporter, limousine, hotel courtesy, and charter operators service the airport. Taxis, along with the aforementioned services, stop at the center island transportation island on the arrivals/baggage claim level of the airport.
BART - Bay
Area Rapid Transit System
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) - is the smallest of the three main airports in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dominant airline is SouthWest Airlines. Still has connections to some of the major hubs in the US. Offers few options for ground transport including taxis, limousines, rental cars, shuttles and public transportation, which are located on or accessible from the airport. VTA (Valley Transportation Authority) operates free Route 10 Airport Flyer bus that connects the airport to the Santa Clara Station for Caltrain and Altamont Commuter Express commuter rail services as well as numerous local buses and to the Metro/Airport Light Rail Station for VTA's light rail service.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
Metropolitan Oakland International Airport (OAK) - major international airport, flights to/form most major destination in the US, Hawaii and Mexico, primary airline is SouthWest Airlines. Oakland International is not yet directly connected to the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system, but AirBART shuttle buses and AC Transit's Lines 73 and 805 buses take passengers between the terminal and the Coliseum/Oakland Airport station.
Altamont Commuter Express
California San Joaquin and Connecting Thruways
Alameda - Contra Costa Transit District
how to use transit for airport transportation in SF Bay Area:
Shuttle Transportation to/form San Francisco Universities:
Francisco State University (SF State or SFSU) - main
school housing (dorm) 800 Font Blvd Mary Ward Hall San
Francisco, CA 94132
of San Francisco (USF) - college housing/dorms are at Lone
Mountain Campus and Golden Gate Ave., entrance by the "Guard