Which services operate at the Temporary Terminal?
AC Transit, Greyhound and WestCAT Lynx operate inside the Terminal. Muni, Golden Gate Transit, SamTrans, and Paratransit operate on the perimeter of the Temporary Terminal.
How do I find my bus line?
Please consult the map cases near the entrances to the Temporary Terminal or view the interactive map on this website in order to locate the exact boarding point of your bus.
Where do I enter the Temporary Terminal?
Riders can enter the Temporary Terminal on Main Street, Howard Street, and Beale Street. Greyhound patrons must enter the Greyhound building from Folsom Street.
How do I pay my fare at the Temporary Terminal?
Fares can be paid on the bus with cash or with a Clipper℠ card.
Where can I refill my Clipper℠ card?
Clipper℠ card add-value machines are provided at the Temporary Terminal at the corners of Beale and Howard Streets and Main and Howard Streets. Additionally, cards can be refilled at most Walgreens stores in the area. Please go to www.clippercard.com for a complete list of locations.
Will there be security at the Temporary Terminal?
Yes, there will be 24-hour security at the Temporary Terminal, seven days a week. The security building is located on-site. To contact the security manager, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who manages the site?
ABM is the facility manager for the Temporary Terminal. To contact LINC, Please call 415.977.0531
Are there restrooms available at the Temporary Terminal?
Restrooms are available for AC Transit and WestCat passengers. The restrooms will be available Monday – Friday from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM. Passengers that wish to use the restrooms may request that a Linc security officer unlock the restroom door after demonstrating that they are a ticketed passenger.
Where can I find a Taxi?
Taxis pick up and drop off near the Greyhound entrance. For more information about taxis in San Francisco, please visit SFMTA’s taxi website.
How long will the Temporary Terminal be in operation?
The Temporary Terminal will remain in operation until the new Transbay Transit Center at First and Mission streets opens its doors in 2017. For more information on the Transit Center project, visit www.transbaycenter.org