You can find on this page the San Francisco buses map to print and to download in PDF. The San Francisco bus system map and the San Francisco trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of San Francisco in USA.
Most of San Francisco buses are electric, that completes the equipment for urban travel in San Francisco. Bus system discomfort manifests itself when going up or down hills.

San Francisco bus map

Map of San Francisco buses

The San Francisco bus map shows all the stations and lines of the San Francisco bus system. This bus map of San Francisco will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of San Francisco in USA. The San Francisco bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Amtrak runs a shuttle bus from San Francisco to its rail station across the Bay in Emeryville as its shown in San Francisco bus map. A small fleet of commuter and tourist ferries operate from the Ferry Building and Pier 39 to points in Marin County, Oakland, and north to Vallejo in Solano County. The Transbay Terminal serves as the terminus for long-range bus service in San Francisco (such as Greyhound) and as a hub for regional bus systems AC Transit (Alameda & Contra Costa counties), SamTrans (San Mateo County), and Golden Gate Transit (Marin and Sonoma Counties).

San Francisco is a fairly large city with hundreds of buses circulating around. Although the first thing that you should do when you get to San Francisco is to get a transport map of buses schedule, at times it can be easier to look at San Francisco bus maps provided in the bus stops. The operating times for buses and trolley buses in San Francisco depend on the line but it is approximately between 5 am and 1 am.

Buses and other trolley buses offer the most complete service in San Francisco. Most buses of San Francisco stop at every second intersection, some at every crossing as you can see in San Francisco bus map. To request a bus stop, pull the cable running along the windows, it is provided in every bus in San Francisco.