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Bay Area Rapid Transport (BART) provides sustainable, all electric train service direct from San Francisco International (SFO) airport and Oakland International (OAK) to San Francisco, Oakland, the Millbrae/Caltrain station just beyond SFO and cities throughout the East Bay. BART has 45 conveniently located stations throughout these areas. View BART map. Visitors to the Bay Area can find more information to get around on BART here. 

If you’re flying into SFO you can get a round-trip (RT) SFO to San Francisco ticket voucher here for only $20.00 USD. Then print it, take it and exchange it at SFO for your BART ticket. Buy it here to avoid standing in line to buy a ticket. This round trip BART ticket is 50% less than RT airport shuttles and $25 less than RT Uber or Lyft rides. Taking BART also keeps 20.4 pounds of CO2 carbon out of the air. Read the voucher for instructions to exchange it at SFO for your BART ticket.

San Francisco Public Transportation

Via BART, MUNI Metro - Disembark at the Powell Street Station. Exit to Fourth and Market Streets. Turn right on Fourth. Walk two blocks south to Howard and turn left. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You'll find Moscone South on your right and Moscone North on your left. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

Via CalTrain - From the Caltrain Station (Fourth & Townsend). Across Fourth Street from the train station, catch either the #15, #30, or #45 lines. Get off at Third and Folsom. Walk one block North up towards Howard Street. Turn left on Howard. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You'll find Moscone South on your left and Moscone North on your right. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

Oakland/Emeryville Public Transportation

Via BART - Disembark at the Powell Street Station. Exit to Fourth and Market Streets. Turn right on Fourth. Walk two blocks south to Howard and turn left. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You'll find Moscone South on your right and Moscone North on your left. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

AC Transit offers frequent Transbay bus connections to San Francisco, as well as service within Oakland and to neighboring communities such as Berkeley. Local adult passes are $2.10 (cash or Clipper Card only), but be sure to check the AC Transit site for fare changes.

Clipper Cards are available for use on BART and AC Transit in Oakland and several other Bay Area transport systems, Clipper® is an all-in-one transit card that keeps track of any passes, discount tickets, ride books and cash value loaded onto it.

The San Francisco Bay Ferry connects Oakland with San Francisco and Alameda, offering commuters and visitors a scenic way to cross San Francisco Bay in less than 20 minutes. Snacks and a full bar are available on board, and free parking is available with validation.

Broadway Shuttle (Oakland):  Oakland offers fast, FREE connections from BART, San Francisco Bay Ferry, Amtrak, Amtrak San Joaquins and Capitol Corridor to downtown Oakland offices, restaurants, local shops, social services and entertainment venues.  Board the Shuttle wherever you see a sign with the green Broadway Shuttle bus icon.
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Emery-Go-Round (Emeryville): The Emery Go-Round is a last-mile shuttle service, provided by the Emeryville Transportation Management Association, to connect employees, residents and visitors of Emeryville from the MacArthur BART Station to various locations throughout the City. The service is FREE and open to the public.
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RAIL TRAINS
Travelers can reach Oakland by train at Amtrak’s sleek modern station in Jack London Square with a 20% discount. Ride the scenic Coast Starlight route along the West Coast or the San Joaquin route from the valley. Oakland is also a stop on the Capitol Corridor line, providing frequent connections between Sacramento and Silicon Valley.

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