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Updated March 19, 2013 10:53 AM
Take Muni to AT&T Park for Giants® baseball!
The following lines offer regular service to or near the ballpark. Links are to schedules at transit.511.org.
The T THIRD and N JUDAH Metro lines provide regular service to the ballpark from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. But you may take any train going to Mission Bay, Caltrain, or Sunnydale to get to the ballpark. Proof of Payment is in effect on Muni Metro.
The 10 Route provides regular service to the ballpark area, until around 8 p.m.
All of rail lines and bus routes are accessible. A list of accessible surface stops on the N JUDAH Line west of the Metro subway is available. All stops on the T THIRD line, West Portal through Sunnydale, are accessible.
Special Metro Ballpark Service operates on game days only, starting about 2 hours before games, starting at Embarcadero Station and continuing to the ballpark. These trains have their destination as "Mission Bay" or "Caltrain". Any train to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale will take you to the ballpark.
If you miss the "Special", or are on the J, L or M lines, you may take any Embarcadero-bound train inbound to Van Ness Station and transfer to a Caltrain-bound train at the same platform.
Muni customers taking Metro in the subway are encouraged to board at the stations between Castro and Van Ness whenever possible, to avoid the congestion caused by the many people boarding at the downtown stations.
This service is accessible.
From northern San Francisco, take the 10, 30, 45 or 47 route directly to the ballpark. Or take other Muni service to Market Street, and transfer to any train going to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale.
From the Richmond District, take the 1, 2, 5, 31 or 38 route to Market Street and transfer to any Metro train going to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale in the subway.
From the Sunset District, take the N Judah Line directly to the ballpark. Or take other Muni service to the Metro subway and take any train going to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale.
From the Parkside District, take the L Taraval Line and transfer to any train going to Mission Bay, CalTrain, or Sunnydale at West Portal or Van Ness Station. Or take other Muni service to the Metro subway and take any train going to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale.
From southern San Francisco—not South San Francisco—take the T Third Line directly to the ballpark. Or take other Muni service or BART to the Metro subway and take any train going to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale.
To transfer from BART to Muni at other stations, or to transfer to Muni from other agencies, see the Fares page section on transfering onto Muni from other transit agencies.
BART customers are strongly encouraged to transfer to Muni at Embarcadero Station, and to obtain your ticket to ride Muni before you exit BART .
For most customers, there is no need to take Muni from the Caltrain station at 4th and Townsend. AT&T Park is one very long block from the station. Exit toward the right after you pass through the doors into the Caltrain station from the platform.
If you would prefer to ride, you can take Line N east (outbound) from the Muni station on King Street at 4th or Line T north (outbound) from the Muni station on 4th Street just south of King. Take the Muni Metro vehicle to 2nd and King. Regular fares apply and are subject to Proof of Payment inspection.
Regular daily T Line service every day and Monday-through-Friday N Line service will operate as scheduled throughout the game. Special Metro service will begin during the 7th inning or as needed. The special ballpark service will go at least to Embarcadero Station where customers may transfer to regular Metro service. It will continue to pick up customers from King Street until all waiting customers have been accommodated.
A limited number of L and M line trips, and N Line trips on weekends, may be available directly from the ballpark.
For Metro service, please purchase a transfer if you do not already have a valid pass, ticket, transfer or a Clipper card with monthly pass or adequate fare value. Transfers are available at the Giants Sales windows located outside AT&T Park:
Proof of Payment is required on Muni Metro. Fares are as follows:
Please be prepared to show your Proof of Payment or Clipper card to Muni staff working the entrance lines to Muni Metro. If you do not have proof of payment, you will be sent back to the Giants sales window to purchase a ticket.
The Muni Proof of Payment transfers automatically issued at the Metro turnstiles (usually green, blue, pink or orange) will most likely be expired at this time. Check the time stamped on your transfer. If it's expired, vendors at the Giants sales windows will sell you a transfer for your return trip.
You may also use regular bus service, the 30 or 45 route, which stop at 4th and Townsend and 3rd and Brannan Streets; the 47 Route, which stops at 4th and Townsend; or the 10 Route, which stops at Townsend and both 3rd and 2nd Streets. All of these routes are accessible.
One-way tickets are sold at the ballpark both pre- and post-game for the regular Muni fare. Sales start about 2 hours prior to game time and resume after the 6th inning. These tickets are sold at the designated Giants sales windows located outside AT&T Park.
For more information on Muni's service to the ballpark, please call the San Francisco 311 Customer Service Center.
For general info about BART including BART-to-Muni ticket sales info, visit the BART Web site.
If you have any questions or need assistance while traveling to or from the game, look for SFMTA/Muni ballpark team members, wearing brightly colored vests, at the Embarcadero BART/Muni station before the game, and in front of the ballpark on King Street after the 7th inning. They will be happy to assist you.
For Muni route, schedule, fare and accessible services information anytime: Visit www.sfmta.com or call 311.
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