How does Muni differ from the BART
Last updated: June 21, 2020
Free travel on buses, trams, metro, and cable cars through San Francisco
If you consider that a ride on the world-famous cable cars is simply part of a visit to San Francisco and a one-way trip now costs $ 7, then buying one is "MUNI" -Passport just a math problem.
Prices for paper passes / tickets
Prices via * MUNIMobile
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Save time and money!
No queuing to buy the MUNIPassport and also relieve the holiday budget ... That's how I like it! Comfortably from home, book before the trip and simply activate the ticket (s) when you use it for the first time.
You can also load tickets for several people onto one smartphone. That should be especially interesting for families!
All you need is a smartphone and the "MuniMobile" app.
The app is free and is available for both Android and iPhone.
You can get more information at: MuniMobile app
"MUNI" is a local transport network and offers over 600 buses, 16 trolley buses (trolley buses), 6 metro lines, the F-line (tram = tram) and 3 cable car lines.
You can use all of these modes of transport during the period of validity of your "MUNI" -Use passports as often as you want. In this way you can reach almost all of the city's sights for little money.
Here you can "MUNI" -Buy passport:
• SFMTA Customer Service Center, 11 South Van Ness Avenue at Market
• Muni Ticket Sales Location at Market & Powell Streets
• Muni Ticket Sales Location at Hyde & Beach Streets (near Ghirardelli Square)
• Muni Ticket Sales Location at Bay & Taylor Streets (near Fisherman's Wharf)
• Montgomery Station Sales Location at Montgomery Station (Mezzanine Level)
If you land at San Francisco Airport, you will find a well-stocked tourist information stand (with information also in German) on the way to the luggage conveyor belt and you can do your own "MUNI" -Passport can already be bought there. This information stand is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The Street & Transit Map, for all of San Francisco, you can
download here as a pdf file (863 kb).
It applies to:
Tram (line F)
Cable Cars (Lines C, PH and PM)
and metro (lines J, K, L, M, N and T)
You can use the Street & Transit Map for downtown San Francisco and Treasure Island
download here as a pdf file (522 kb).
You can use the Street & Transit Map for the metro lines
download here as a pdf file (533 kb).
I wish everyone an unforgettable stay in San Francisco and a lot of fun with them
The prices for the MUNIPassports and the regular buses apply exclusively for trips within the metropolitan area of San Francisco!
Exceptions are here:
the bus route 76 only on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays over the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin Headlands and back.
bus route 25 daily over the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island and back
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