SF State is a transit-first campus, committed to lowering our drive-alone auto trips to reduce traffic congestion and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through accessible mass transportation options. There are a number of transit options for getting to and from SF State.
Click on the links below to learn more about Accessibility of Transit options, the SF State free shuttle service, BART, and Muni bus service.
Accessibility of Transit Options
SF State is committed to providing equal access and opportunity to participate in all CSU programs, activities and services, including transportation. <Learn More About Accessibility>
SF State offers a free shuttle service connecting the campus to the Daly City BART Station and selected stops around the campus. Learn more about Shuttle Service >>
SF State can be reached from the Daly City BART station via the free SF State shuttle and Muni bus route 28 and route 57. Effective Monday, March 23, 2020 BART will be stopping service at 9:00pm. Midnight service returns August 30th. For more information go to https://www.bart.gov/ Learn more about BART >>
A number of different Muni bus routes as well as the Muni M line serve the SF state campus. Learn more about Muni >>
Sam Trans provides service to SF State. Learn More about SamTrans >>
Golden Gate Transit
Golden Gate Transit provides service from Marin and Sonoma Counties. Learn More about Golden Gate Transit >>
Other Transportation Providers
Other transportation providers such as SamTrans, Golden Gate Transit, Bay Area Ferries Caltrain can be used in conjunction with the SF State shuttle, BART and Muni to reach the SF State campus. Learn more about Other Transportation Providers >>