Bay Area Traffic

America's Cup and Fleet Week 2012 Transit Resources


From Fleet Week and America's Cup to Bay Area sports home games, San Francisco's first week in October will be a busy one! Here's a guide to getting around from October 2 - 7. ABC7 has included a clickable event map so you can see where the traffic hotspots are; plus, links to transit resources and the latest traffic and news updates

Here is a snapshot of the week's traffic hotspots:

For times and exact locations, click on the icons to go to event websites

Most transit services will be enhanced for the weekend. You can avoid long delays by using public transportation, biking or walking to these special events.
Plan your trip with Visitors will be able to view the America's Cup racing action, as well as the Fleet Week Air Show and Parade of Ships, from the AC Village at Marina Green. Accessing the city is easy using public transit, and Marina Green can be reached via public transit, bicycle, or by foot.
>> Transit and biking guide
for America's Cup 2012
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If you're coming from Oakland, Berkeley, other East Bay cities, or Northern San Mateo county, take BART. (510) 465-2278
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SF Muni
Muni will provide extra service for the America's Cup and Fleet Week. The 47L from Civic Center and Van Ness stations is the primary way to get to the Americas Cup, but several routes are provided for your convenience. (415) 673-6864
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If you're coming from San Jose/Peninsula, take Caltrain to the San Francisco Station (at 4th & King). (800) 660-4287
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Golden Gate Transit buses and ferries
If you're coming from San Rafael, Sausalito, or other Marin County cities, take Golden Gate Transit buses and ferries into San Francisco. Golden Gate Transit has added bus services on the weekend. (415) 455-2000
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>> Giants Ferry to AT&T Park
PresidiGo Shuttle
Special PresidiGo Shuttle service will be provided during the America's Cup World Series Sailing (AC34) event, to be held October 4 to 7 along the Marina Green just outside the Presidio.
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AC Transit
If you're coming from Oakland, Berkeley, or other East Bay cities, take AC Transit's Transbay buses.
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San Francisco Bay Ferry
If you're coming from Vallejo, Alameda, Oakland, or Angel Island, take the San Francisco Bay Ferry. San Francisco Bay Ferry will more than triple its normal weekend capacity between the East Bay and San Francisco, and double service between Vallejo and San Francisco on October 6 & 7, 2012.
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Here are the latest updates from ABC7 News and transportation authorities around the Bay Area: