You can find on this page the San Francisco metro map to print and to download in PDF. The San Francisco metro map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the metro of San Francisco in USA.
The San Francisco metro map shows all the stations and lines of the San Francisco metro. This metro map of San Francisco will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of San Francisco in USA. The San Francisco metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The metro system of San Francisco is operated by two different companies: MUNI and BART. The two companies share four stations in the city centre of San Francisco: Civic Center, Powell, Montgomery and Embarcadero as you can see in San Francisco metro map. In order to switch between the two networks, it is necessary to buy a ticket for each one. The MUNI Metro of San Francisco (Municipal Transport Agency) tours the heart of the city.
The urban metro of San Francisco - not to be confused with the BART - is both aerial and underground (see metro map San Francisco). The metro of San Francisco has 5 lines, it is convenient and fast. Trip at $2.75 ($1.35 for ages 5-18 and over 65) for San Francisco urban routes, regardless of mode of transportation; top-up is required.
The Muni metro of San Francisco is operated by the city and county of San Francisco. The Muni metro operates 80 lines throughout San Francisco and 90% of the city residents are within two blocks of a subway station as its shown in metro map San Francisco. The Munis metro of San Francisco is the busiest transportation network in the country after New York City.
The San Francisco subway map shows all the stations and lines of the San Francisco subway. This subway map of San Francisco will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of San Francisco en USA. The San Francisco subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is a rapid transit system serving the city of San Francisco, United States. Bart system began operation in September 1927 in San Francisco. eBART was opened in May 2018, eBART subway cant use main BART tracks so passengers must change trains at Pittsburg/Bay Point. In San Francisco, subway system consists of seven lines and 48 stations as its mentioned in San Francisco subway map.
Besides Muni and Bart there is another Commuter subway system in San Francisco, which is Caltrain, runs from San Francisco along the San Francisco Peninsula to San Jose as you can see in San Francisco subway map. Historically, trains or subway operated by Southern Pacific Lines ran from San Francisco to Los Angeles, via Palo Alto and San Jose.
The public transport system in San Francisco is fortunately well developed and works very well. The different types of subway in San Francisco are as follows: Muni - Metro, Cable Cars, Tram, San Francisco Bus. BART - Regional Train for San Francisco and its surroundings (a kind of RER). Caltrain - Train that goes to San Jose as its shown in San Francisco subway map.