Plan Ahead For Getting Around January 30 – February 7
If you’ve never used County Connection buses to get to a BART station, now might be a good time to try. Superbowl is coming to town, and with it, tens of thousands of people coming into and moving around our communities. Parking at BART stations will become a bigger challenge than it is now.
Whether or not you’re a football fan, we’ll all feel the impact. Hotels are completely booked and retailers and restaurants are staffing up.
Two big events in San Francisco start January 30 and run through February 7 that will impact traffic in the Bay Area. Superbowl City is a free public event near the Embarcadero BART station, and the NFL Experience is a ticketed event taking place at Moscone Center. Transportation around these events will be impacted.
The week before Superbowl – January 30-February 6
If you’re simply trying to go about your day to day travels:
- County Connection will be prepared to deploy additional buses if needed on routes that are already at capacity.
- County Connection will operate the Route 9 (normally only operates on weekdays) on Saturday, February 6th on its regular weekday schedule.
If you plan to attend any of the events in San Francisco:
- Consider using a County Connection buses to get to BART. Parking in San Francisco will be at a premium. Route summaries, maps and schedules are on this website.
- Purchase a Clipper Card in advance- the pass is accepted on all regional public transit system. Available locally at Walgreens and Whole Foods.
- Check out the following links for more information on BART systems changes and resources, street closures, and transit changes in San Francisco and Santa Clara.