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Third St. Bridge closing on Dec 11th through Jan 26th.  

No through traffic will be allowed through Mission Bay via Third St.

 

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All routes are experiencing delays of 10 to 30 minutes due to the Third St. Bridge closure.  This is affecting the West route in particular.  We are picking up Berry St. passengers on the EAST side of the street in the morning only, in an effort to avoid the northbound bottleneck over the 4th St. bridge. West riders can also take an EAST bus and get off at UCSF's hub on 4th Street for the next 8 days.  

 

Because we're using several detours, GPS predictions are also off.  The bridge is slated to re-open on January 26th; in the meantime, we're doing the best we can and appreciate your patience.  

 

The Mission Bay Shuttle has relocated to Civic Center BART and its TransBay stops.  Please see timetables and route maps under the Routes tabs for more information.  

 

 

 

CIVIC CENTER BART FAQ

 

 

WHY are we changing?

 

 

ABOUT the new stop

 

SAFETY FAQ

 

·         Civic Center BART is the shortest and most direct route between Mission Bay and BART

 

     You voted for this relocation.

 


·         Cuts your total travel time by up to 10 min. each way

·         1-2 additional minutes on BART but less time on the shuttle

·         Avoids delays from Moscone Center, Central Subway construction, AT&T Park, Third St and Warriors Arena

·         BART riders can be assured of a seat from Civic Center (PM)

 

·         The new stop is in a ‘shuttles only’ white zone on 9th St @ Market to minimize conflicts with others

·         This is one of the most heavily used shuttle stops by corporate shuttles

·         Located just outside of Dolby headquarters with 24-hour and highly visible security

·         Protection from the weather from under an overhang

·         Mid-Market improvements on Market and 9th Streets

 

 

·         Civic Center BART has fewer crime incidents than Powell (40 vs. 89 in 2016)

·         Increased permanent patrols by both the Homeless Outreach Team and BART PD started in late November

·         New canopy at street level entrance coming

·         New barriers to keep paid-areas for BART patrons only being installed by early 2018

·         Weekly deep cleaning has begun (permanent)

TRANSBAY STOP CHANGES

·         Relocating TransBay stop to 500 Howard Street (white zone)

·         NEW stop at 2nd & Stevenson Street (Montgomery BART)

 

 


 What’s Changing -- ROUTES & STOPS (at a glance)

 

Caltrain/TransBay

 

 

East Route

·         Increased service:  7 AM runs from 6:12-10am; 11 PM runs from 2:50-7pm

·         Improved coordination with Caltrain arrivals and departures

·         RELOCATING TransBay stop to 500 Howard (closer to new Terminal which is opening soon)

·         NEW STOP on 2nd @ Stevenson St provides an option to use Montgomery BART and better access to Financial District

·         NEW STOP at MBBN @ Third St (in white zone at Family House

·         Faster, more direct to BART (no longer serves Illinois Street)

·         Avoids Warriors construction

·         When connections to “the Circle” open, will add a stop on LongBridge @ China Basin (at The Arden)

·         Alleviates overcrowding on East route

·         Service every 9 to 12 minutes

 

South Route (NEW)

 

 

West Route

·         Serves 409-499 Illinois and CCA (new stop)

·         Direct route to and from BART

·         Less crowding

·         Cuts travel time ‘within Mission Bay’ for Illinois customers

·         Will serve 1900 Owens when street opens, and new buildings are occupied

·         Service every 14 to 16 minutes

·         NEW STOP on LongBridge @ El Dorado

·         NEW STOPS pending on Channel St in both directions

·         More direct route to BART

·         Service every 13 to 16 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mission Bay Shuttle has no alternatives to 16th, 7th Street, and 4th Streets to circulate through Mission Bay.  Delays should be expected throughout the closure; so please allow for extra travel time as necessary. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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