Infrastructure - Transit

Photo of Bikes on Transit

Bicycles are allowed on all Bay Area buses, ferries and nearly all rail lines. Exceptions are San Francisco Muni Metro, historic streetcars and cable cars. Nearly all Bay Area public transit buses are equipped with bicycle racks. Exceptions are a number of San Francisco Muni bus routes, AC Transit small bus vans and certain routes of other transit operators. Listed below are Bay Area public transit agencies with direct links to their bicycle information web pages:

Bus
AC Transit
County Connection
Fairfield Suisun Transit (FAST)
Golden Gate Transit
Muni (San Francisco)
Petaluma Transit
Rio Vista Delta Breeze
SamTrans
Soltrans
Sonoma County Transit
TriDelta Transit
VINE (Napa Valley)
VTA (Valley Transportation Authority)
West Marin Stagecoach (Marin Transit)
WestCAT
WHEELS (LAVTA)

Rail
Altamont Commuter Express
Amtrak California/Capitol Corridor
BART
Caltrain
SamTrans
VTA (Valley Transportation Authority)

Shuttle
American Canyon Transit
Emery Go-Round
St. Helena Shuttle (VINE Transit)
Yountville Trolley (VINE Transit)

Ferry
Golden Gate Ferry
San Francisco Bay Ferry

 

How to Use a Bike Rack

Bus bike rack

All Bay Area public transit buses use bicycle racks that can accommodate two bicycles. For instructions on how to load and unload your bicycle on a bus bike rack, see:


 

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