MUNI Information

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When the shuttle is not in service, commuters may use Muni route 28. Learn more about the free transfer on the Muni 28 >>

Alternative MUNI services to and from campus; 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 58 Lake Merced – From John Muir Dr. and Sloat Blvd., serving communities west of the lake and connecting shopping destinations, Daly City BART

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.

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.

For any questions or concerns, please contact us at parking@sfsu.edu.

 

The cost per trip is $2.25 if paid in cash. (Free on Muni route 28 and route 57 if Clipper Card is used when exiting Daly City BART station. Several monthly pass options are also available. For more information go to sfmta.org

For updates on the changes to Muni service lines, please visit: https://www.sfmta.com/projects/covid-19-developments-response

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.

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