Bikes on Transit
Bicycles are allowed on all Bay Area 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:
Alameda Harbor Bay Ferry: Bikes allowed on board - bicycle racks available.
BART: Bikes are allowed on most trains, except those highlighted in the BART schedule. Bikes are never allowed on crowded cars. Bicyclists must yield to all other passengers and yield priority seating to seniors and persons with disabilities. It is the bicyclist's responsibility to know the BART schedule and BART's Bicycle Rules.
Emery Go-Round (510) 451-3862
Golden Gate Transit:
Petaluma Transit: All buses are equipped with bicycle racks
All Bay Area public transit buses use bicycle racks that can accommodate two bicycles. The methods vary depending on the transit provider. For instructions on how to load and unload your bicycle, click here.
All content this page courtesy of bicycling.511.org
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