B.A.R.T, San Francisco

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  • BART - Bay Area Rapid Transit

    by honeyblue Updated Feb 22, 2004
    BART

    Going to Sanfo is traffic especially during rush hours. To avoid traffic, parking hassles and expensive taxis and rental cars, take the BART!

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    • Trains

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    Fare increase

    by brkilbourne Written Sep 27, 2003
    Subway

    The bart system is convenient. Bus drivers are abit surly.. Fare increase to $1.25 exact change. or buy a pass if your going to use the bart system

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    Berkeley

    by Pounder73 Updated Jun 12, 2003

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    Use BART from SF (Orange or Yellow lines) – don’t drive -

    Day trip

    Get off at Berkeley Station and walk up hill. You will eventually either run into the University or Telegraph Ave.

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    The Commuter Train Station

    by yooperprof Written Jan 11, 2003
    Clean lines

    The commuter station is very conveniently located close to the new ballpark. It's great for those who are coming into town from the airport.

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  • If you live in Northern...

    by Corndoggy Written Aug 26, 2002

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    If you live in Northern California use the BART. Parking and driving in San Francisco is tricky.
    take the BART.

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    Staying outside of San...

    by Jtaylor Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Staying outside of San Francisco the easiest way is to take BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit).
    Buses, cable car or the way I prefer is walking.

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