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Muni welcomes and encourages bicycle riders to use the exterior bike racks provided on most of our lines. Please follow this link for information about bikes on Muni.
OTHER TRANSIT AGENCIES
Bicycles are allowed on BART trains during all times but peak commute hours in the heavy commute direction. Bikes are not allowed in the Downtown Oakland stations during peak commute hours at all. Folding bicycles are allowed on all BART trains, but during peak commute hours they must be folded before entering the train. Many BART stations have bike lockers, some stations have bike parking inside the paid areas near station agent booths, and all stations have on demand bicycle parking racks. For more information on exact trains that prohibit bicycles, see the BART schedule, or call 510-465-2278
BART Bike Lockers 510-464-7133
Rail service between San Francisco and Santa Clara: the northern-most car (with bike decal on the door) carries 16, 24, or 32 bicycles. Bicycles should be clearly tagged with destination and stacked in order of exit station. Cyclists must be 16 years of age or older. For more information regarding bikes on Caltrain, visit their bicycle information page.
Bus service between San Mateo and San Francisco Counties. Buses are equipped with bike racks that hold two bicycles, and bicycles are allowed inside coaches with less than 50% passenger occupancy. For Samtrans bicycle information, visit the Samtrans Bicycle Information page.
Many buses are equipped with bike racks that hold two bikes, including Transbay lines N and O. Cyclists must load and unload their own bicycles. For AC Transit bicycle information, visit their Bicycle Information Page or 511.
Buses: All GGT buses are equipped with racks that hold two bicycles. Read more about bicycle accessibility on Golden Gate Transit.
Ferries: Bicycles are welcome aboard all Larkspur and Sausalito Ferries on a first-come-first served basis up to 25 bicycles. The new Larkspur Catamaran allows 15 bicycles. Find out more about bus and ferry information at www.511.org. or call 511 or 711(TDD).
Bicycle are allowed on all four roundtrip Capitol Corridor trains, which run between San Jose and Sacramento, and on connecting buses. Bikes are permitted on two of the four round trip San Joaquin trains and the connecting buses. Scheduled departures leave from SF Ferry Building via bus connection. For more information, visit Amtrak's Bikes on Bus information page or call 1-800.USA-RAIL
Caltrans Bay Bridge Bike Shuttle
Blue and Gold Ferries (vallejo baylink and Alameda-Oakland ferries)
Ferries from San Francisco to Tiburon, Vallejo, Alameda and Oakland. Bicycles are allowed at the Captain's discretion, on first-come, first served basis. Call 415-773-1188 for more information.
Ferries from Vallejo to San Francisco carry bicycles. For more information, visit the Vallejo Ferry Bicycle Information page or call 707-643-3779.
Ferries from Alameda and Oakland carry bicycles. For more information, visit the www.eastbayferry.com information page or call 510.522-3300.
Alameda Harbor Bay Maritime Ferry
Provides service from Alameda to San Francisco. Special service to 49er and Giants games. Bicycles allowed at Captain's discretion. For more information, visit alamedaharborbayferry.com or call 510-769-5500
(Serving AT&T and Candlestick Parks)
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Bicycle services are provided by the Sustainable Streets Division of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). Copyright © 2000-2013 SFMTA. All rights reserved. Updated January 4, 2013