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Exploring Travel Options

Within San Francisco

Most fans take Muni, bike, walk, or use ride-hail services like Uber to get to the ballpark from within San Francisco. With so many great options, it doesn't get more SF.

Take Public Transportation: Muni


Muni Metro provides train and bus service throughout San Francisco. Catch the N Judah and T Third/K Ingleside trains at 2nd & King streets, and catch the 10 Townsend, 30 Stockton, and 45 Stockton-Union buses at 4th & Townsend.

Real-Time Information on Key Lines

Called the T-Third between Sunnydale to Embarcadero and the K-Ingleside between Embarcadero and Balboa Park.

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Bike or Walk

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.

Use a Ride-Hail Service like Uber

Leave the driving to someone else by taking Uber to the ballpark. Do the math: Uber may even be cheaper than driving and parking.

Drive and Park

From Northern SF: Pier 30/32 or One Bryant

Pier 30/32 and 1 Bryant provide hundreds of spaces a short and beautiful walk up the Embarcadero from the 2nd Street Gate.

From Southern & Western SF: Lot A & Pier 48 or Lot C

Pier 48 provides parking a short walk from the Lefty O'Doul Gate. Lot A, next to Pier 48, is primarily for parking pass holders, but may accept day-of-game parkers as space allows.

Use I-280's Cesar Chavez and Mariposa exits to reach Pier 48 and Lot A, via Terry A. Francois Boulevard.