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SamTrans

SamTrans route 122 serves the campus and drops off at Lake Merced/Font Boulevard stop. To plan your trip to campus by SamTrans visit samtrans.org.

The SFMTA, in partnership with SamTrans, will continue to allow residents in the Lake Merced area free access to SamTrans Route 122 within San Francisco, between Lake Merced Boulevard at Lake Merced Hill and 19th Avenue at Winston Drive (see map below).

SamTrans Map 1SamTrans Route 122

There is no fee for this pilot program, but you will need to apply online at SFMTA.com/ApplyLakeMerced. Once your application is processed, you will receive an email with instructions to download the MuniMobile application on your Android or Apple mobile device and receive your pass.

 

Golden Gate Transit

Take any Golden Gate Transit line going to the San Francisco side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Then from the Golden Gate Bridge take either the Muni 28 or 29 bus routes to the 19th Ave SF State stop. For more information go to http://www.goldengatetransit.org/.

 

Bay Area Ferries

The ferries listed below all drop off at the San Francisco Ferry Building. From the Ferry Building cross The Embarcadero to Market Street and take the underground Muni M-line to the 19th Ave SF State stop. Click on the links below for more information on individual ferry systems from 511.org.

 

Caltrain

Effective Monday, March 30,2020 Caltrain will have reduced service.  Go to Caltrain.com for more information.

To get to campus by Caltrain:

  • Take Caltrain North to the very last stop at 4th & King.
  • From the Caltrain station you can either walk north west up 4th or 5th Street (about 12 city blocks) to Market Street or you can catch Muni lines 15, 30, 42, or 45 towards Market Street.
  • From Market Street take the underground Muni Metro M-Line outbound (Cost $2). The M-Line will drop you off directly in front of campus at 19th Ave.

 

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