Salesforce Transit Center and Salesforce Park remain open to the public. However, all Salesforce Park activities are temporarily suspended until further notice.

Visiting the Transit Center

At 425 Mission Street in San Francisco’s SOMA District. The building covers nearly four city blocks with multiple entrances. It’s bordered by Beale Street, Minna Street, 2nd Street, and Natoma Street.

The main entrance is via Salesforce Plaza at 425 Mission Street at Fremont Street.

Yes, this is a public building and a public park, owned and operated by Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA). Both are open to the public. Salesforce has acquired a 25-year sponsorship for naming and signage rights.

The facility is open while the buses operate and closed for only a few hours overnight. The Level 3 Bus Deck operates from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Summer Hours (May 1 through October 31) are: Opening no earlier than 6 a.m. and closing no later than 9 p.m. Winter Hours (November 1 through April 30) are opening no earlier than 6 a.m. and closing no later than 8 p.m.

Transit Operations

The following transit agencies are scheduled to operate service from the Transit Center:
- AC Transit, Greyhound, Muni 25-Treasure Island, and WestCAT operate from the Level 3 Bus Deck.
- SFMTA/Muni and Golden Gate Transit lines operate from the street level bus plaza off Fremont between Minna and Natoma streets.
- SF Paratransit pick-up and drop-off are on Natoma Street between First and Fremont streets.

The Embarcadero and Montgomery BART stations are located nearby on Market Street, one block north of the Transit Center.

No. However, Samtrans and BART offer direct service to San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport. See


Items found at the transit center will be logged and stored. To report or inquire about a lost or found item, please contact TJPA. Contact 415-597-5000 or email

No luggage storage is available. Bike racks are located around the Transit Center’s perimeter. Bike lockers and city bike share hire are found at Natoma Pedestrian Way near 2nd Street.

Yes. Signs indicate several locations through the building and at the Park and at the Bus Deck level three.

Bikes are not permitted in the Grand Hall or in the Park. Bus passengers traveling with a bicycle should take an elevator down to street level from Bus Deck level 3. See Bike Rules and Regulations here.

Yes. Child strollers and wheeled transport for the disabled are allowed. No other wheeled vehicles are allowed. (Refer to the information regarding bicycle use.)

Yes, the transit center is designed to serve people with disabilities and is fully compliant with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). This includes ADA-compliant entrances, exits, paths of travel, restrooms, and five sets of public elevators throughout the building for the Bus Deck and rooftop park.

No, our emphasis is on the ease of public transportation. Visit to plan your journey.

Yes. Follow these steps:

  1. Connect to the “TransbayWiFi” wireless network
  2. Open your web browser and click on “Accept” on the Acceptable Use Policy after reading it and scrolling to the bottom (as shown in the screen shot below)
  3. Browse the Internet at your leisure


A guide dog, signal dog, or other animal specifically trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability is permitted to accompany that individual to areas of the facility where customers are normally allowed to go. Only service animals are permitted in the Park.

No alcoholic beverages of any kind are allowed in the Park other than those consumed on the premises at a restaurant or café or another business granted special permission by TJPA.

No. Children must be accompanied at all times and no adults are allowed in the children’s play area of the Park except when accompanying a child.

The climbing structure in the park is meant for the enjoyment of children visiting the park. Adults that are not accompanied by a child are not permitted in the children’s play area.

Events and Permits

Stay informed on events and activities for Salesforce Transit Center and Salesforce Park:

Yes, in limited designated areas. Contact for more information or use the contact form here.

A permit is required for any type of social gathering that numbers is more than 25. Contact for more information or use the contact form here.

Yes, prepared food and non-alcoholic beverages may be brought to the Park, including food and beverages available from vendors in and around the Transit Center. Alcoholic beverages must be purchased on site and consumed in designated café and restaurant areas only. Barbecue, grills, and open flames are not allowed without a permit.

No. There are tables, seating, and benches in the park.

Contact LPC to secure a permit or use the contact form here.

Park activities are sponsored by East Cut Community Benefit District.

Shopping and Dining

Shopping, dining, and services coming soon

Leasing and Advertising

See Colliers International under the Contact Us section of this website link.

See LPC under the Contact Us section of this website link.

See Pearl Media under the Contact Us section of this website. link.

Management and Security

Call 415-597-5000 or contact

The transit center management office is located on the second level, above the bus plaza on Beale Street between Minna and Natoma streets.

The phone number for security is 415-597-5000.

See something, say something. Notify uniformed security personnel or Transit Center management of unsafe conditions, activity, or circumstances in the building or in the Park.

Salesforce Transit Center is owned and operated by Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA).

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