BART is the fast, easy, low-cost way to get from San Francisco International Airport or Oakland International Airport to San Francisco, or to many of the Bay Area's popular destinations near one of the system's 47 convenient locations.
- Go Hassle-free to/from the Airport with BART
With multiple trains departing each hour, BART is the convenient way to get to both San Francisco International Airport (SFO) or Oakland International Airport (OAK) from the city, and back.
- Explore San Francisco with BART
The BART system takes riders to nearly the doorstep of many key San Francisco attractions. Read on for a sampling of what to do within walking distance of major BART stations in the city.
- Explore BARTable Attractions in San Francisco and the Bay Area
BART is the car-free way to see the region's many attractions. BART's 47 conveniently located stations also get you close to many area attractions outside San Francisco, in Oakland, Berkeley, the East Bay, and into the SFO region and the peninsula communities of Silicon Valley.
- How to Use BART
Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, is one of the Bay Area's most popular forms of public transportation. With multiple train lines spanning the city, the East Bay, and into the SFO area, BART is a convenient and hassle-free way to travel to your destination.
- BART is Moving to Clipper-Only
BART is expanding the number of stations where the only fare available for purchase from a BART ticket machine is the reusable, reloadable and regionally accepted Clipper card. BART is rolling out this new program beginning Summer 2019 with systemwide expansion expected in 2020.