San Francisco is one of the most transit-connected cities in America.
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MUNI – Public busses, Light Rail Metro Trains, historic streetcars, iconic cable cars.
BART – BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) is the fast, easy, low-cost way to get to San Francisco or other cities from SFO or OAK.
AMTRACK the national rail operator, connects America
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) The San Francisco International Airport (SFO), the “gateway to the Pacific,” is a world-class airport serving tens of millions of domestic and international passengers annually.
Owned and operated by the Port of Oakland, OAK is California’s fourth largest airport, with more than 11 million passengers passing through our gates every year. Today, 13 airlines offer nonstop service to a growing list of 55 international and domestic destinations. We’re the closest airport to the region’s top tourism and entertainment venues and the closest airport for most local residents.
Before it became Silicon Valley, Santa Clara Valley once was famous as “The Valley of Heart’s Delight” known for its flowery blanket of orchards and the largest fruit production and packing region in the world until the 1960s. However, its transformation into the global center of technology innovation started long ago in 1938 when electronics pioneers Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard began harvesting the fruits of their labor.
Blue & Gold Fleet provides bay cruise and excursion services in San Francisco Bay as well as ferry services to Angel Island, Tiburon, Sausalito and Pier 41 (adjacent to Pier 39) and the popular Rocket Boat attraction. Call (415) 705-8203 for more information, or visit their website.
Whether you’re commuting to work or taking a weekend outing with family or friends, enjoy the comfort, convenience and stress-free experience of ferry travel. No bridge traffic or tolls. Just a scenic, calming ride to locations across the Bay while you enjoy a snack or beverage from our full service bar or just stretch out and take in the amazing bay views. You can even bring your bike on board!
San Francisco Bay Ferry provides ferry services to Alameda Main Street, Harbor Bay, Oakland Jack London Square, Vallejo, San Francisco Ferry Building, Pier 41/Fisherman’s Wharf, and South San Francisco, along with seasonal service to AT&T Park.
Operates frequent ferry service between San Francisco and Larkspur in central Marin County, and between San Francisco and Sausalito and Tiburon in southern Marin County. Extra service is also offered from Larkspur to AT&T Park for Giants home games and other sporting and music events.
Ferries depart from behind the center of the Ferry Building to Sausalito and Larkspur.