Transit agencies serving Oracle Park are all operating with significantly reduced service due to the pandemic. Check Taking Transit for a summary of how service changes affect lines that serve the ballpark, and check agency websites, linked below, for the latest detailed information.
Transportation Tips for Evenings with Concurrent Events
The team at Oracle Park has been working closely with the Chase Center and City of San Francisco to help fans, neighbors, and event attendees successfully navigate the neighborhood on evenings when there are events at both venues. Find tips for getting to and from the area by multiple transportation modes below.
Above all, we recommend that people plan ahead, take public transit, and get to the area early.
Find the latest traffic conditions on our traffic alerts page.
Top Recommendation: Take Public Transit, Bike, or Walk
Roadways in the areas around both venues are expected to be more congested than usual. With extra Muni service and easy walking and biking routes throughout the area, public transit, biking, or walking are the best ways to avoid delays and get to the game on-time.
Via BART from the East Bay: Fans can either take their normal routes to the ballpark or consider riding to Montgomery and walking 15 minutes to the ballpark via 2nd Street. Chase Center event attendees will be encouraged to ride BART to 16th Street and transfer to express buses to the arena, but some will likely transfer at Embarcadero to the T-Third or special rail shuttles.
Via Muni within San Francisco: Muni will run its normal Oracle Park special-event rail service, in addition to extra rail service to and from the Chase Center. The Chase Center will be encouraging patrons to use the special express bus service Muni is running to the Chase Center from 16th Street and Van Ness Avenue.
Via Caltrain, Ferries, and AC Transit: All Oracle Park pre- and post-game service will run as normal. No changes in fan routines needed. Ferry agencies are also planning to run special Chase Center service via a temporary ferry terminal at Pier 48, likely starting in mid-September.
Biking or Walking
Biking and walking are always the easiest ways to get to Oracle Park.
For Those Who Plan to Drive & Park
Reserve Parking North of Oracle Park with Spot Hero
Find a wide range of convenient and affordable parking options in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app. We strongly recommend parking north of Oracle Park due to heavier-than-normal congestion in the Mission Bay neighborhood before and after concurrent events.
Season ticket and premium parking passes for Lot A/Pier 48 will be recognized as normal even when there are concurrent events scheduled. Find Waze directions to the main parking facilities north of Oracle Park below.
Using Lot A & Pier 48 on Nights with Chase Center Events
Parking will still be available for pass holders and for those paying cash/credit during concurrent events. If you plan to park in Lot A & Pier 48, just be prepared for more traffic congestion than normal on the way into and out of the lot. Please comply with directions from uniformed officers and parking lot staff.
Pass Holders: Our parking lot operator, Impark, will ensure that there are enough spaces for all parking pass holders and event staff in Lot A & Pier 48.
Day-of-Game Cash/Credit: Given the earlier start times of Giants games during concurrent events, we expect that Giants fans will have first access to cash/credit spaces in Lot A & Pier 48. However, it would be prudent for those intending to pay for parking on-site to come early to ensure that you can secure a space.
Post-Game Circulation: Traffic patterns south of Lot A & Pier 48 may be adjusted after the game to account for high levels of activity outside the Chase Center (Chase Center events are generally scheduled to end between 10 and 11 p.m.). Please follow directions from uniformed officers for the most efficient route to I-280 and points south.
Arena Areas with Street Parking Restrictions - Tow-Away Zones
Before, during, and after Chase Center events, parking is prohibited on a number of streets immediately around the arena. While streets like Terry Francois Boulevard and Warriors Way have some metered parking outside of event periods, the street segments highlighted in red convert to tow-away zones during events. Most meters outside of these tow-away zones also convert to more expensive rates around events at either Oracle Park or Chase Center.