Transit lines that serve the Salesforce Transit Center are fully operational, but have been diverted to the Temporary Transbay Terminal at Howard and Main streets. AC Transit and SFMTA report that despite the temporary closure of the Salesforce Transit Center and Fremont Street, Transbay Bus Lines and Muni lines serving the transit center continue to fully operate.
AC Transit Lines: B, C, CB, E, F, FS, G, H, J, L, LA, LC, NL, NX, NXC, NX1, NX2, NX3, NX4, O, OX, P, S, SB, V, W, Z will drop off and depart from the previously used bus bays at the Temporary Transbay Terminal.
Muni routes will drop off and depart from the Temporary Transbay Terminal. Affected routes include:
  • 5 Fulton, 5R Fulton Rapid (On Howard at Main)
  • 7 Haight/Noriega (On Main at Howard)
  • 25 Treasure Island (On Beale and Folsom)
  • 38 Geary, 38 Geary Rapid (On Main at Howard)
Ambassadors will be onsite to direct riders to boarding locations and provide updated transit information.
Casual carpool drop-off, in the South of Market neighborhood, may be affected by the Fremont Street closure.
Paratransit transfer points may change. Check with paratransit providers for details.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) will run long trains and will monitor passenger flow throughout the commute hours to address impacts to BART service.

While Salesforce Transit Center is closed, you can buy Bay Area Clipper cards or add value at The Hub (375 Beale) and Walgreens (456 Mission and 88 Spear) or have cash fare. There are no San Francisco Muni ticket vending machines at Temporary Transbay Terminal. Please plan ahead.

No matter how you travel into San Francisco, we request that you allow additional time during your commute.
Call 511 or go to 511.org to see the latest transit information.
Salesforce Transit Center was temporarily closed today after a fissure in one of the steel beams in the ceiling of the third level Bus Deck near Fremont Street was discovered. Out of an abundance of caution, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority, after conferring with design engineers and contractors, temporarily closed the transit center as the agency works with Webcor/Obayashi and structural engineers Thornton Tomasetti to investigate and repair this issue and conduct an exhaustive inspection of all steel beams throughout the center. Inspections are currently underway.