San Francisco Airport Informational Guide to San Francisco Airport (SFO) - NON OFFICIAL


BART SFO is the light rail service between SFO and downtown San Francisco, the East Bay and to San Mateo County, being an economic and efficient way to get around since it is fast, convenient and cheaper than other ground transportation options.

Get to San Francisco within around 25 up to 30 minutes with departures every 15 minutes.


Southbound direction (SFIA  / Millbrae)

Weekdays: 06:33 am to 10:59 pm

Saturday: 08:01 am to 10:59 pm

Sunday: 08:10 am to 10:07 pm

Northbound direction (Pittsburgh / Bay Point)

Weekdays: 05:00 am to 11:53 pm

Saturday: 06:30 am to 11:53 pm

Sunday: 08:00 am to 11:53 pm

Get further details about BART schedule at SFO Airport

If you wish to check for further BART schedules, please check BART QuickPlanner.


BART SFO Station can be found at the International Terminal at San Francisco Airport, in the G boarding area.

How to get to the BART Station?

You can get there within a short walk from the Domestic Terminals, even in case of carrying large baggage it is better to use the AirTrain, since the station is located within a three minutes walk.


To ride a BART commuter train, first you need to purchase your ticket. 

BART fares are calculated according to the mileage to your destination; in that sense, you cannot purchase weekly or monthly passes since they aren’t available.

See the average cost for a one-way ticket to South San Francisco from SFO Airport:

- Clipper: $ 8.25 (Clipper)
- BART Blue ticket: $ 8.75
- Senior/Disabled Clipper: $ 3.05
- Youth Clipper: $ 4.10

Children under 4 years travel for free.

* fares may change. 


You can purchase your ticket through the automatic ticket vending machines located at the BART Station.