SF Transportation Guide - Mass Transit
Instant phone and online access to transit information for all nine counties in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A system of buses and light trains serving all of San Francisco.
San Francisco's Cable Cars climb near treacherous slopes and afford excellent views of San Francisco and the Bay.
More commonly known as BART, this people-moving system of electric trains is a quick option for traversing San Francisco, connects San Francisco with the East Bay via an underwater tube and recently extended service to San Francisco International Airport.
Double-decker train service between San Francisco (near Pac Bell Park at 4th and King) and the Peninsula all the way to San Jose (and Tamien), with connections to as far south as Gilroy and Morgan Hill.
A map of Caltrain's zones and stations.
Rail service within California and across the United States. Amtrak has five San Francisco connecting points, including the Moscone Center (SFM), Union Square (SFS), Fisherman's Wharf (SFW), the Ferry Building (SFC), Financial District (SFF) and the San Francisco Peninsula Line (SFP), for bus service to the Emeryville train station.