South San Francisco station (BART)

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South San Francisco
Bay Area Rapid Transit
Platform at South San Francisco station, June 2018.JPG
Platform at South San Francisco station in 2018
Location1333 Mission Road
South San Francisco, California
Coordinates37°39′51″N 122°26′39″W / 37.664264°N 122.444043°W / 37.664264; -122.444043Coordinates: 37°39′51″N 122°26′39″W / 37.664264°N 122.444043°W / 37.664264; -122.444043
Line(s)BART W-Line
Platforms1 island platform
Tracks2
ConnectionsBus transport Alliance: Genesis One Tower Place, Oyster Point Shuttle, Utah/Grand Shuttle
Bus transport SamTrans: ECR, 35, 122, 130, 399
Bus transport South City Shuttle
Construction
Parking3500 spaces
Bicycle facilities30 lockers
Disabled accessYes
History
OpenedJune 22, 2003[1]
Traffic
Passengers (FY 2016)3,786 exits/day[2]
Services
Preceding station   Bart-logo.svg Bay Area Rapid Transit   Following station
toward Millbrae
Richmond–​Daly City/​Millbrae
Weekdays only
toward Richmond
toward SFO (Millbrae on weeknights & weekends)
Antioch–​SFO/​Millbrae

South San Francisco is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station located in South San Francisco, California, United States in northern San Mateo County. It consists of two main tracks and a shared underground island platform. The station forms the current northern terminus of the Centennial Way Trail.

Service at the station began on June 22, 2003 as part of the BART San Mateo County Extension project that extended BART service southward from Colma to Millbrae and San Francisco International Airport.[1]

Bus connections[edit]

SamTrans bus in the west busway

SamTrans bus routes 35, 122, and 130 stop in the busway on the west side of the station. Routes 399 and ECR stop on El Camino Real west of the station.[3]

Several Alliance local shuttle routes also serve the station. The Utah/Grand Shuttle and Genesis One Tower Place routes stop on the east busway; the Oyster Place Shuttle route stops in the west busway.[3] The city-operated South City Shuttle also uses the east busway.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "BART Chronology January 1947 – March 2009" (PDF). San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District. March 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 13, 2013.
  2. ^ Bay Area Rapid Transit District. "Monthly Ridership Reports". Retrieved February 6, 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Schedules and Fares: South San Francisco Station" (PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Commission. May 16, 2018.
  4. ^ "Free South City Shuttle". City of South San Francisco.

External links[edit]

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