Mission Street between 19th and 20th
|Maintained by||San Francisco Department of Public Works|
|Length||7.2 mi (11.6 km)|
|North end||The Embarcadero in San Francisco|
| US 101 in San Francisco
I‑280 in San Francisco
|South end||Between Huron and Templeton Avenues at Daly City|
Mission Street is a north-south arterial thoroughfare in San Francisco, California that runs from the city's southern border to its northeast waterfront. The street and the Mission District through which it runs were named for the Spanish Mission Dolores, several blocks away from the modern route. Only the southern half is historically part of El Camino Real, which connected the missions. At 7.2 mi (11.6 km), it is the city's longest, and one of its oldest streets.
From the south, Mission Street enters the city mid-block between Templeton Avenue in Daly City and Huron Avenue in San Francisco, and continues northeasterly through the working-class Crocker-Amazon, Excelsior, and Bernal Heights neighborhoods, before turning north through the colorful Outer Mission and Inner Mission districts. Near Van Ness Avenue, the road turns northeast again and travels through Mid-Market and South of Market (running parallel to, and a full block south of Market Street) before ending at The Embarcadero in downtown San Francisco.
Since 2000, between Third Street and Beale Street in the Financial District, several new high rises have risen or are planned to rise along Mission Street, all in the vicinity of the San Francisco Transbay development project: 101 Second Street (2000), JPMorgan Chase Building (2002), The Paramount (2002), St. Regis Museum Tower (2005), 555 Mission Street (2008), Millennium Tower (2009), 535 Mission Street (2014), 350 Mission Street (2015), and the Transbay Tower (2017).
Mission Street is served 24 hours per day by Muni line 14, two BART stations that run below grade in the Inner Mission, and the remainder of the San Francisco BART stations less than a half mile away, notably including those on the Market Street Subway. The street is four lanes.
|San Francisco||The Embarcadero||Former SR 480|
|US 101 north (Van Ness Avenue) – Golden Gate Bridge||North end of US 101 overlap|
|Central Freeway||Interchange; no entrance ramps|
|Huron Avenue||San Francisco City limits terminus mid-block|
|San Mateo||Daly City||Templeton Avenue||Continuation beyond Templeton Avenue|