Parking and Transportation

 

Virtual Parking Permits

Virtual permits allow you to park in your designated parking lots, and the license plate registered when you purchase a permit becomes your virtual parking permit.

Virtual permit also allows Parking & Transportation to support the University’s commitment to zero waste and campus sustainability while making purchasing parking permits more convenient, efficient and cost effective.

For more information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Faculty/Staff FAQs or Student FAQs.

TO PURCHASE VIRTUAL PARKING PERMIT

Click here for Faculty/Staff Parking Permit
Click here for Student Parking Permit

 

SHUTTLE SERVICE RETURNS FALL 2021 SEMESTER

The shuttle service to/from Daly City Bart and 19th Avenue, including the campus loop shuttle, will resume service starting Monday, August 23rd, Fall 2021. Shuttle service will not run during weekends, summer, or campus observed holidays. When the shuttle is not in service, commuters may use Muni 28 and 58 routes. Masks or face coverings are required. Click on https://parking.sfsu.edu/transit/shuttle-service for schedule details.

 

MUNI SERVICE

To see the list of alternative MUNI services to and from campus go to https://parking.sfsu.edu/transit/shuttle-service. For students, MUNI ride is free with student GatorPass.

For updates on the changes to Muni service lines, please visit: https://www.sfmta.com/project-updates/august-2021-muni-covid-19-core-service-changes

Remember, when on Muni or BART, masks or face coverings are required. Give yourself extra time and practice physical distancing. When boarding Muni, be sure to board by the back door unless you require any assistance.

 

During the month of September BART will offer 75% off to Students with Gator Pass

BART will offer a special promotion of 50% off all fares on Clipper for the entire month of September 2021. The discount will apply to all fares on Clipper, including already discounted Clipper cards such as Youth, Senior, RTC, Clipper Start, and the Gator Pass.

BART plans to return to near pre-pandemic service levels and hours starting August 30, 2021. Before June 15, 2021 BART will add 26 trains during weekday commute hours and 15 trains on Saturdays. August 30th, 2021 schedule change: Return to midnight closure 6 days a week; Reduce the wait time between trains on weekdays back to only 15 min from 5am-8pm with 30-min frequency from 8pm-midnight; Return to 5 route service & 6am opening on Saturday with added trains.

 

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICE UPDATE

Our Parking and Transportation Office will have limited office hours from 9am to 3pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for the campus community by appointment only during the COVID-19 health crisis. The safety and welfare of our students, faculty, and staff are the University's top priority.

To make an appointment please send an email to parking@sfsu.edu and specify what day and time you are able to come in. Please have your COVID-19 Screening completed before coming in to the office. We will need to see that you have been cleared to enter the campus.

Services and requests for assistance for guests and campus community are also available via virtual modalities during the hours of 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. Parking staff are available to provide assistance via email; parking@sfsu.edu.

SafeWalks are available and can be requested by calling Police Dispatch at (415) 338-7200 then press 0 to speak to a dispatcher. Please visit SafeWalk to get additional information.

For emergency assistance, please call the University Police at (415) 338-2222.

 

SAN FRANCISCO’S 25% PARKING TAX EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2020

As of June 1, 2020, the city and county of San Francisco has begun collecting the mandated 25% parking tax from all drivers who park on campus, as ordered by the California Supreme Court. The permit rates reflect the city and county parking tax. For more information please visit Faculty/Staff Permits or Student Permits.

More information on the ruling can be found in this San Francisco Chronicle article.

Questions? Please email parking@sfsu.edu and our staff will be glad to assist.

 

 

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