Getting to Chase Center

Ride Muni on Event Day; Your Event Ticket is Also Your All-Day Muni Ticket


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  • Free Muni! Your event ticket is also your all-day Muni ticket. Ride for free!
  • With a Muni Metro T Line stop right at its doorstep, dedicated Muni bus shuttles (78X and 79X) and a Muni stop serving the 55, 48 and 22 lines within 1 block, connections to BART and the entire Muni system will be easy and fast.
  • Muni Metro T Line and Shuttle (post—game) trains will run at increased frequencies along the Embarcadero and, when completed, along the Central Subway route.
  • Muni (local) is your free connection to BART (local/Peninsula/East Bay), Caltrain (South Bay), SamTrans (Peninsula/South Bay), AC Transit (East Bay), WestCAT Lynx (East Bay), Golden Gate Transit (North Bay), Amtrak, through connections at the Salesforce Transit Center or the Ferry Building.
  • Ferry service will be available at the temporary Ferry Terminal at Pier 48 to serve all games and large events, Pier 52, as well as at the Ferry Building.
  • AllNighter service (between 12 am to 5 am) is available through Route 91 (stop at 3rd/Mariposa) to all other routes including Route 800 to the East Bay, and Route 397 to the Peninsula/South Bay.
  • Type in Chase Center into your favorite transit trip planning app to find the best ways to get here using transit.

Taking Public Transit to Chase Center

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be on-site parking at Chase Center?
On-site parking at Chase Center is very limited, and we strongly encourage Chase Center Patrons to use public transportation. However, there is a limited amount of off-site parking located within a half-mile of the arena. Please reserve your parking and plan your drive based on travel time.

Can I bike to Chase Center?
Chase Center will be one of the country’s most bicycle-friendly arenas with more than 300 permanent bike valet parking spaces and immediately adjacent to multiple bicycle paths. We are also working with SFMTA, the Port, and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition to locate additional bicycle share stations in the vicinity of the arena.

Will there be ferry access to Chase Center?
A new temporary ferry landing at Pier 48 will offer service for Chase Center events. The temporary landing is expected to be operational for events, including the 2019-20 Warriors season, beginning in October 2019. A permanent ferry landing at 16th Street is planned to open in late 2021, providing direct water access to Chase Center.

Are there plans to run a Central Subway line directly to Chase Center?
Beginning in Summer of 2021, Muni’s Central Subway will provide a convenient connection between Chase Center and the Powell Street BART/Muni station. Patrons arriving on BART from the East Bay will be able to access the Central Subway (T-Third line) via a pedestrian subway from the Powell Street Station (BART) to the new Union Square Station (Muni). This project is being led and overseen by SFMTA.

Where does the funding for infrastructure improvements come from?
The Warriors contributed $29 million upfront to these and other infrastructure improvements, and Chase Center will generate another $14 million annually to support the increased City services.

How do I find my way within Chase Center after an event to where I need to catch my transit/bike/paratransit?
Please feel free to ask a staff member for help on where you need to go and also review the Curb Map for stop locations. Please also look for real time departure information on one of the Transit Screens located within the building. There will be signs outside also directing you to different transportation choices.

3rd Street/Warriors Way (West Plaza) is your fastest way out of the immediate vicinity through Muni T-Third. This can be a connection to several other transit options & to a ride-hail closer to your final destination & away from traffic congestion.

16th Street and Illinois Street (East Plaza) will be where you will find the Muni Shuttles to 16th Street BART as well as biking options.

Terry Francois Boulevard (Esplanade/East Plaza) will be where you can go to walk to your ferry connection. It is also where the paratransit pick up, taxi stands as well as priority and ride hail pick up points will be located.

Helpful Links

Chase Center
SFMTA (Muni)
Mission Bay TMA
WestCAT Lynx
Golden Gate Transit
Golden Gate Ferry
Blue and Gold Ferry
Salesforce Transit Center
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Walk San Francisco
Port of San Francisco
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