How do I get to Berkeley

There are 4 ways to get from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal by subway, bus, taxi or car

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BEARD • 28 min.

  1. Take the BART from Downtown Berkeley to EmbarcaderoRed-S

$3 - $5

Cheapest option

Bus • 38 min.

  1. Take the bus from Shattuck Av & Allston Way to Salesforce Transit Center Bay 32F

$2 - $5

2 alternative options

Taxi • 17 min.

  1. Take a taxi from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal11.7 miles

$65 - $85

Drive • 17 min.

  1. Drive from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal11.7 miles

$1 - $2

Berkeley → San Francisco Transbay Terminal

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frequently asked Questions


Can I travel from Berkeley to the San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

Yes, travel within the US is currently permitted.

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What are the travel restrictions in the San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

Domestic travel is not restricted, but some conditions may apply.

  • Face masks are recommended
  • A social distance rule of 2 meters applies.
  • Domestic border crossings can be approved, checked and quarantined
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What is the number for the national COVID-19 advice center in San Francisco's Transbay Terminal?

The national COVID-19 counseling center in the San Francisco Transbay Terminal is 800-232-4636.

Do I have to wear a face mask on public transit in the San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

Wearing a face mask on public transportation in the San Francisco Transbay Terminal is recommended.

Is it compulsory to adhere to social distance rules in the San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

The social distance rule in the San Francisco Transbay Terminal is 2 meters.

What should I do if I have COVID-19 symptoms upon entering the San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

Report to an official and / or call the national coronavirus advice center at 800-232-4636.

Last updated:18 May 2021
Exceptions may apply. Details: Centers for Disease control and prevention (CDC).

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What is the cheapest way to get from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

The cheapest way to get from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal is to drive which costs $ 1 - $ 2 and takes 17 min.

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What is the fastest way to get from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

The quickest way to get from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal is to taxi which costs $ 65 - $ 85 and takes 17 min.

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Is there a direct bus between Berkeley and San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Shattuck Av & Allston Way and arriving at Salesforce Transit Center Bay 32. Services depart every 30 minutes, and depart every day. The journey takes about 38 minutes.

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Is there a direct train between Berkeley and San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

Yes, there is a direct train departing from Downtown Berkeley and arriving at Embarcadero. Connections run every hour, Monday through Friday. The journey takes about 22 minutes.

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How far is it from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

The distance between Berkeley and San Francisco Transbay Terminal is 9 miles. The road distance is 11.7 miles.

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How do I travel from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal without a car?

The best way to get from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal without a car is to BART which takes 28 min and costs $ 3 - $ 5.

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How long does it take to get from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

The BART from Downtown Berkeley to Embarcadero takes 22 min including transfers and departs hourly.

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Where do I catch the Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal bus from?

Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal bus services, operated by AC Transit, depart from Shattuck Av & Allston Way station.

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Where do I catch the Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal train from?

Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal train services, operated by BART, depart from Downtown Berkeley station.

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Where does the Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal bus arrive?

Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal bus services, operated by AC Transit, arrive at Salesforce Transit Center Bay 32 station.

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What companies run services between Berkeley, CA, USA and San Francisco Transbay Terminal, CA, USA?

Where does the Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal train arrive?

Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal train services, operated by BART, arrive at Embarcadero station.

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Can I drive from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

Yes, the driving distance between Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal is 12 miles. It takes approximately 17 min to drive from Berkeley to San Francisco Transbay Terminal.

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Where can I stay near San Francisco Transbay Terminal?

There are 553+ hotels available in San Francisco Transbay Terminal. Prices start at $ 100 USD per night.

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San Francisco, USA

San Francisco, officially City and County of San Francisco, is a city and metropolitan area in the US state of California on the west coast of the United States on the Pacific Ocean. With a population of 883,305 (2018 estimate based on the 2010 census), it is the fourth largest city in California. In a global comparison, it counts as a medium-sized cosmopolitan city alongside cities of similar size such as Frankfurt am Main or Amsterdam. - Wikipedia

Things to do in San Francisco

  • Golden Gate Park

    Golden Gate Park in San Francisco is one of the largest inner-city parks in the world. With its 4.1 square kilometers (five kilometers long and 800 meters wide) it is even larger than Central Park in New York. However, this park, which extends from the Pacific to the east, is not so centrally located, rather on the edge in the west in the middle of extensive residential areas, around six kilometers from the city center.

  • Golden Gate Bridge

    The Golden Gate Bridge (for Bridge over the Golden Gate) is a suspension bridge at the entrance to San Francisco Bay over the Golden Gate in California. It is the symbol of the entire Bay Area and for many a symbol of the United States, along with the Statue of Liberty in New York. It is also one of the most important attractions in San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge was added to the List of Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks by the American Society of Civil Engineers in 1984 and declared one of the modern wonders of the world in 1995.

  • Alcatraz

    Alcatraz is an 8.5 hectare, approximately 500 meters long and up to 41 meters high American island in the Bay of San Francisco, California.

  • Mission District

    The Mission District (also: The Mission) is a district of San Francisco. The district got its name from the Mission San Francisco de Asís, one of the oldest buildings in San Francisco, which is located in the northwest of the Mission District.

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