Located at the corner of 3rd and 16th streets in Mission Bay, the 18,064-seat Chase Center is the home of the Golden State Warriors, concerts and conferences. Scheduled to host the first event on September 6, 2019, Chase Center will host upwards of 200 events each year.
The SFMTA is working in partnership with the Golden State Warriors to ensure that Chase Center patrons can get to and from events with the minimal possible impact on residents, merchants and employers in Mission Bay and the surrounding neighborhoods.
Parking at the arena and in Mission Bay will be extremely limited. Wherever you live in the Bay Area, public transit will be the fastest, most reliable and least expensive way to get to Chase Center. As a special bundling partnership, all Warriors fans and concert-goers can ride Muni for free to Chase Center. Your event ticket is your Muni fare, so you'll be able to ride Muni all day (excludes cable car).
Muni is the fastest, most convenient way to get to Chase Center events and can get you anywhere in San Francisco as well as provide an easy connection to regional transit service.
Muni Metro (Light Rail)
- The UCSF/Chase Center (16th Street) T Third and S Shuttle lines stop is located on 3rd Street, directly west of Chase Center.
Muni Buses/Shuttle Buses
- Regular Bus Service: Routes 55, 48, 22 will run according to their regular schedules.
- New Route 78X 16th Street Arena Express bus service will run from 16th and Mission Streets (same stop as Route 55).
- New Route 79X Van Ness Arena Express bus service will run from existing route 47/49 bus stops along the Van Ness Corridor.
- Route 78X and 79X buses will begin running approximately 2.5 hours prior to the start of any Chase Center event and for 30 minutes after events.
- After events, both routes will drop off at 16th and Mission BART station. Route 78X will return to Chase Center for additional trips. Route 79X will continue on, making local stops on Van Ness, beginning at Market Street and continuing to North Point.
Muni Owl Service
- Muni’s Owl service is the late-night and early-morning bus network that serves San Francisco. It is part of regional AllNighter service with additional coverage of the East Bay and Peninsula from approximately midnight to 5 a.m.
- Route 91 3rd Street/19th Avenue Owl stops at 3rd Street and Gene Friend Way approximately every 30 minutes.
Show your event ticket at Muni turnstiles and boarding platforms to ride Muni without charge. Both electronic and physical tickets for events – including Warriors games, concerts and other events – will serve as proof of payment for Muni service throughout the day. Keep your tickets handy to show to station agents or Transit Fare Inspectors. For more information, please visit Chase Center fare page.
From East Bay/Peninsula/South Bay:
- Take BART to the Embarcadero Station or 16th Street Station.
From Embarcadero Station:
- Transfer from BART to the Muni Metro T Third Line or S Shuttle to the UCSF/Chase Center (16th Street) platform.
- After events, the last BART train to the East Bay will depart at 12:26 a.m.
- The last BART train to the Peninsula/South Bay will depart at 1:02 a.m.
From 16th Street Station:
- Transfer from BART to route 55 or 78X. The bus stop is near the BART station.
- After events, the last BART train to the Easy Bay will depart at 12:19 a.m.
- The last BART train to the Peninsula/South Bay will depart at 1:09 a.m.
From the Peninsula/South Bay:
- Take Caltrain to the 4th & King Station.
- Transfer from Caltrain to the Muni T Third Line or walk along 4th Street Chase Center, about 15-20 minutes.
To San Francisco:
- There are typically five trains arriving per hour on weekdays and one train per hour on weekends.
From San Francisco:
- After weekday events, scheduled trains depart at 9:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. and 12:05 a.m. and make all stops.
- After Saturday events, scheduled trains depart at 9:37 p.m. 10:50 p.m. and 12:05 a.m. and make all stops.
- After Sunday/Holiday events, the train departs at 9:37 p.m. and makes all stops.
Ferry services is available to/from Pier 48 (temporary ferry terminal).
From Pier 48:
- Walk south on Terry A. Francois Boulevard from Pier 48 (temporary ferry terminal) to Chase Center.
- Reserve San Francisco Bay Ferry (WETA) tickets ahead online.
- Visit the Golden Gate Ferry website events page for details regarding payment for their ferry service.
- The SFMTA has established a bike network throughout Mission Bay.
- Free Bike Valet (for 300 bikes) is located along 16th Street on the south side of Chase Center.
- Bay Wheels (previously Ford GoBike) Bike Share stations are available around Chase Center at existing locations as shown in the map.
- Overflow bike racks will be made available at the Bike Valet.
- Bike racks will also be available on public sidewalks around the Chase Center and is a convenient option to also park your scooters.
- Chase Center to/from 4th and King Caltrain Station is about 15-20 minutes.
- Chase Center to/from the temporary Ferry terminal on Pier 48 is about 10-15 minutes.
- Chase Center to/from the Route 91 3rd Street/19th Avenue Owl stop at 3rd Street and Gene Friend Way is about 5 minutes.
- Embarcadero Station to/from the Salesforce Transit Center and the Ferry Building is about 5-10 minutes.
- Chase Center to/from 16th Street Station or Embarcadero Station is about 40-50 minutes.
Taxi and Paratransit Services
- Taxi and Paratransit pickups are located on Terry A. Francois Boulevard east of Chase Center for northbound and southbound guests.
- Passenger drop-off areas are located along Terry A. Francois Boulevard (also the pick-up locations)
- Select your passenger pick up zone on your smartphone.
- Walk to the loading zone, located on Terry A. Francois Boulevard.
- No ride hail pickups are allowed on 16th Street, 3rd Street, Warriors Way or Mariposa Street
- There are no stopping zones throughout the area to ensure that traffic is able to move smoothly. Please be aware of appropriate locations to pick up and drop off passengers.
- 3rd Street northbound will be closed after events for the block adjacent to Chase Center.
- During basketball games and other major events (more than 10,000 expected attendees) at the Chase Center, parking meters in the vicinity of the arena will charge a special event rate ($7 per hour).
- For more information and a map of the special event rate area, please visit the Special Event Parking Regulations page.
On-site parking at Chase Center is extremely limited. We strongly encourage Chase Center Patrons to use public transportation. There are city-owned parking garages conveniently located near Muni service to Chase Center.