Millbrae Intermodal Terminal
Millbrae Intermodal Terminal
Rapid transit (BART)
Commuter rail (Caltrain)
The BART side of the station at night.
|Address||200 North Rollins Road (BART)
100 California Drive (Caltrain)
|Platforms||2 side platforms (Caltrain)
1 side platform, 1 island platform (BART)
|Parking||2900 spaces- Monthly Reserved, Daily ($2/day), Midday (free after 3pm), Carpool ($2/day), Extended Weekend (free), Airport/Long Term ($6/day)
|Bicycle facilities||30 Lockers (BART)
Racks available (Caltrain)
|Opened||June 22, 2003 (BART)
|Rebuilt||1907 (Southern Pacific)|
|Fare zone||Caltrain Fare Zone 2|
|Passengers (FY 2012)||5,506 per weekday 8.6% (BART)|
|Passengers (Feb. 2012)||2,880 per weekday 10.7% (Caltrain)|
Millbrae Station is the largest intermodal terminal in the United States west of the Mississippi. It has three ground-level tracks for BART and two for Caltrain. An island platform allows a cross-platform connection between the two systems (for traveling to San Francisco). A concourse mezzanine is above the platforms. Currently two BART tracks and one island platform usually are kept out of regular service, used instead to hold train sets that are also out of service.
The station is also a regional bus transit hub with multiple bus bays served by several SamTrans lines.
Millbrae Station has about 2,900 parking spaces, including a five-story parking garage and surrounding surface parking. Except for the marked Reserved Parking areas, most parking is currently $2/day from 4am-3pm on weekdays for up to 24 hours at a time, and all parking (including the weekday reserved) is free without time restrictions on Saturday, Sunday, and holidays that fall on Friday or Monday. The Reserved Parking areas cost $2/day from 10am-3pm on weekdays. Like at other BART stations with paid parking, BART patrons can do parking validations and parking payments inside the BART paid area of the station; since Caltrain patrons use the same parking spaces, there are parking payment machines outside of the BART paid area of the station.
BART service 
|Source: Avg Weekday Exits by Station|
The station is the terminal station for BART on the San Francisco Peninsula with service by the BART Richmond – Millbrae Line on weekdays and the BART Pittsburg/Bay Point – SFO/Millbrae line, except on nights and weekends. There is currently no direct train to the airport during evenings and weekends. A timed transfer to an airport-bound BART train is provided at the San Bruno Station north of Millbrae during the day.
Caltrain service 
The station has daily Caltrain commuter rail service along the north/south line between San Jose and San Francisco. Midday trains are hourly each way; service is more frequent during commute hours and for special events (such as San Francisco Giants home games) and is less frequent at night. Service south of San Jose to Gilroy is limited to three weekday commute-hour round trips.
CA High Speed Rail (proposed) 
In recent years California has started to plan a high-speed rail system; Millbrae would serve as one of two stations between San Francisco and San Jose, and would allow high-speed rail passengers to reach SFO.
The 1907 Southern Pacific Millbrae depot was on the southeast side of Millbrae Avenue, just northwest of where it is now; the building now houses the Millbrae Train Museum that opened in 2004. Before the Millbrae Intermodal Terminal was built for the BART San Mateo Extension terminus Millbrae had a free Caltrain shuttle bus between the station and San Francisco International Airport. (The trip is now only available via taxicab or BART, costing $4.00 via the latter as of July 2009.)
The former Southern Pacific Depot has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since September 1, 1978. In 1985 Caltrain service began at the original Millbrae depot, replacing Southern Pacific trains that had operated along the San Francisco Peninsula since the early 20th century (see Peninsula Commute). Caltrain moved to the new facility in spring 2003 and BART joined Caltrain at the new station on June 22, 2003, as part of the BART San Mateo County Extension project that extended BART service south from Colma to Millbrae and San Francisco International Airport.
Transit connections 
Several SamTrans bus lines stop at the station, including:
- 359 - weekday peak periods service to Foster City via Hillsdale Blvd, Foster City Civic Center, Beachpark Shopping Center, Downtown Foster City, and Beach Park Blvd.
- 390 - daily local service along the El Camino Real corridor to Daly City BART (northbound) and Palo Alto Caltrain (southbound)
- 391 - daily local service along the El Camino Real corridor to Mission & Evergreen/Acton (San Francisco, northbound) and Redwood City Caltrain (southbound), with weekday peak period services to and from Transbay Terminal (Main & Folsom in San Francisco) via Mission Street and South Van Ness Avenue.
- 397 - daily owl service to Transbay Terminal (San Francisco, northbound) and Palo Alto Caltrain (southbound) via Mission Street, Potrero Blvd, Bayshore Blvd, San Francisco International Airport, the El Camino Real Corridor (between Millbrae and Redwood City Caltrain), Middlefield Road, East Palo Alto, and Downtown Palo Alto.
See also 
- "BART Fiscal Year Weekday Average Exits". Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). Retrieved 13 September 2012.
- "2012 Annual Passenger Counts". Caltrain. Retrieved 13 September 2012.
- Library book lending machine opens at Millbrae BART Station
- "Millbrae Train Museum". Retrieved 2012-12-04.
- Media related to Millbrae Intermodal Terminal at Wikimedia Commons
- Caltrain Millbrae station page
- BART - Millbrae Station Overview