Special gameday service has returned for BART, Muni Metro, Caltrain and the ferries! Check Taking Transit for a summary of service changes for lines that serve the ballpark, and check agency websites, linked below, for the latest detailed information.
The Market Street Subway is back with the return of train service between Oracle Park and central/western San Francisco via the N Judah and KT Ingleside/Third (serving Balboa Park and Visitacion Valley via Downtown).
Around 9 p.m., buses will replace both lines. Market Street-bound buses stop on the ballpark side of King Street, just east of 2nd Street (across 2nd from the normal Muni Metro station and bus service stop).
For night games, Muni will provide special post-game express connective train service to BART at the Embarcadero Station. To connect to BART, Muni riders need to be on the Oracle Park Muni platform by 10:00 p.m to catch the 10:30 p.m. BART special event train. On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, Muni riders need to be on the Oracle Park platform by 11:00 p.m. to catch the 11:30 p.m. (last) BART train. Bus shuttles or Owl service will continue between and after these departures. Click here to learn more.
Real-Time Information on Key Lines
Called the T-Third between Sunnydale to Embarcadero and the K-Ingleside between Embarcadero and Balboa Park
With a growing network of safe and comfortable routes for walking or biking right around Oracle Park and throughout San Francisco, more and more people are using their legs to the ballpark.
Leave the driving to someone else by taking Uber to the ballpark. Do the math: Uber may even be cheaper than driving and parking.
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