Oakland sits in the center of the San Francisco Bay Area and is easily accessible by plane, train, automobile, BART Bay Area Rapid Transit, bus, and ferry. The Oakland International Airport is the most centrally located airport in the Bay Area, the fifth largest metropolitan area in the United States. For more information on airlines, car rentals, parking, flight schedules and airport updates visit www.oaklandairport.com.
Visit 511.org to plan a trip within Oakland or to nearby communities such as Berkeley and San Francisco. The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District is the third-largest public bus system in California, serving 13 cities and adjacent unincorporated areas in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
Daily service between Oakland and Alameda to San Francisco Ferry Building and Pier 41. Connecting service to Alcatraz ferries. Seasonal service to Angel Island and Giants games at AT&T Park. All ferries have full bar and snacks on board. Buy tickets on the ferry. Every ferry ticket comes with an attached AC Transit bus transfer allowing ferry riders free AC Bus ridership to and from Clay Street Jack London Square ferry terminal or the Alameda Main Street ferry terminal. Discounts for children, military, groups of 10 or more 5 or more roundtrips.