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Take BART to the Daly City BART station and use the SF State shuttle or Muni route 28 and route 57 to get to campus from the station.

**BART has completed the construction of the accessible ramp leading to the parking lot off De Long.  As a result, the outbound 28 line will no longer loop through the BART Station to drop off passengers.  Drop off passengers at last stop in parking lot at terminal. Pick up passengers at Daly City BART Station. Refer to Service Notice: 2019-OB-0599 PERMANENT ROUTE CHANGE – 28 19TH AVE**


Daly City BART Express Shuttles

SF State runs a free shuttle service to campus from the Daly City BART station during the fall and spring semesters only. For more information refer to the shuttle page.




With very limited students, staff and faculty coming to campus this fall semester, along with funding constraints, SF State is temporarily suspending shuttle service from Daly City BART to the 19th Avenue drop-off until further notice.

Alternative MUNI services to and from campus go to Below is a list of alternative MUNI services to and from campus to assist you in getting to and from campus.

Line 28 19th Avenue – from Daly City Bart to 19th Avenue, running every 15 minutes

Line 29 Sunset – from Bayview to The Presidio, runs through Winston Drive, Lake Merced Boulevard, 19th Avenue and Holloway every 15 minutes

Line M Ocean View train – from Embarcadero to Balboa Park, runs through 19th Avenue every 15 - 20 minutes

For students, MUNI ride is free with student GatorPass.

The OneCard/Gator Pass also provides transit features through Clipper - your OneCard is also a Clipper card. Clipper is the all-in-one transit card for the Bay Area. It can hold all transit passes, such as the SF University Pass for Muni, Higher Ed discount product for BART or other products for all major Bay Area transit systems.

As part of tuition and fees, all students pay $180 each semester for a “Gator Pass” (for Fall 2020 there is no charge for the Gator Pass due to the Covid-19 pandemic)—this set of transit passes afford students a 50% discount on all BART rides to and from Daly City BART Station, as well as unlimited rides on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)’s Muni, with the exception of cable cars.

For updates on the changes to Muni service lines, please visit:

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.

Although the campus shuttle service is temporarily suspended, on-campus safety escorts and transport assistance for individuals with mobility issue continue to be available. If you require this service, call UPD at (415)338-7200, and a safety escort will assist with a cart service within 10-20 minutes.

For any questions or concerns, please contact us at


Free Roundtrip Transfer from Daly City BART to Muni Route 28 and Route 57!

BART riders are eligible for two free rides on the Muni route 28 and route 57 when transferring from the Daly City BART station and paying your fare using Clipper. The first trip must be taken within 23 hours after exiting BART and the second within 24 hours after exiting BART for the free fares to apply. The free fares are stored automatically when you tap your Clipper card upon exit at the Daly City station. You must also tap your Clipper card upon boarding Muni for proof of payment. Even if you take the shuttle to campus after exiting Daly City BART, you can still use the free transfer on the 28 or 57 on the return trip from campus back to Daly City BART. If you do not have a Clipper card you can pick one up at the Information Desk in the Student Center. If you are charged for riding Muni route 28 and route 57 to get to campus, email Clipper customer service at to request a refund. Include a copy of your ride history, which you can download from the Clipper website at


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