Transit Service Providers
Event participants using Bay Area public transportation systems are strongly encouraged to purchase their fares in advance or use Clipper® Card. Customers using Clipper Card also receive a $0.50 discount off an adult single ride when transferring to Muni from BART, Golden Gate Ferry and Transit, and San Francisco Bay Ferry routes (Oakland-Alameda, Harbor Bay and Vallejo). Golden Gate Ferry and Transit and San Francisco Bay Ferry also provide a reciprocal single-ride discount for Muni customers transferring to their service.
Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART)
BART is a proud sponsor of the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade. The Civic Center BART station is just on short block from the Celebration at Civic Center Plaza. Access the parade on Sunday from any of the downtown San Francisco stations when BART will provide longer trains to accommodate crowds. BART is a reliable, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way to get around, and is proud to serve the Bay Area. Visit our new website, BART.GOV/BARTABLE for information on great BARTable events like SF Pride.
SFMTA (AKA MUNI)
The San Francisco Transportation Municipal Transportation Agency is proud to sponsor SF Pride. Well over a million people will gather to celebrate “Looking Back and Moving Forward”. So whether you take Muni, bike or walk to the parade and other festivities, we connect you to SF Pride through a safe, equitable and sustainable transportation system. We hope you have a chance to ride on Muni's recently restored Harvey Milk Streetcar, number 1051 on the F Market line. Check out the new rainbow lights at Castro Station!
If you are coming from the Peninsula or Santa Clara County we recommend that you use Caltrain and take the train to the last stop on Fourth Street. Take a short walk to the Parade or a fast MUNI trip to the Celebration site from the Fourth Street stop. Contact Caltrain at 800-660-4287 for the latest information and schedules.
Other Transit Options
Get free real-time Bay Area traffic and transit information to SF Pride Parade and Celebration.
Call 511 or visit www.511.org.
511 provides up-to-date information on Bay Area public transit routes, fares and schedules, as well as access to all transit operators. To plan your transit route, use 511's TakeTransit Trip Planners.
Pedaling is one of the best ways to arrive at the Parade and Celebration. You can use the 511 BikeMappers to plan your bicycle trip. Bicycle parking is located at Hyde and McAllister Streets.
Call 511 or visit www.511.org
Call 511 or visit 511.org ahead of time to find out real-time driving times and traffic conditions such as road congestion, incidents and delays or construction.