49ers Game Service
NO WEEKEND TRAIN SERVICE Between Bayshore and San Francisco Stations
October 6, 2018 to Spring 2019
Free bus service for Caltrain riders will replace trains between Bayshore, 22nd Street and San Francisco stations. Information at caltrain.com/SFWeekendClosure.
Caltrain is the safe and convenient way to get to Levi's Stadium. 49ers fans from San Francisco and the Peninsula can take Caltrain to the Mountain View station and transfer to VTA light rail to get to the stadium. Caltrain will be running one extra Baby Bullet train to all weekend home games. Click on the game start time link below for train schedule.
49ers Home Games:
- Sunday, Sept 16 at 1:05pm vs LIONS
- Sunday, Oct 7 at 1:25pm vs CARDINALS
- Sunday, Oct 21 at 5:20pm vs RAMS - schedule TBD
- Thursday, Nov 1 at 5:20pm vs RAIDERS - regular weekday service
- Monday, Nov 12 at 5:15pm vs GIANTS - regular weekday service
- Sunday, Dec 9 at 1:05pm vs BRONCOS - schedule TBD
- Sunday, Dec 16 at 1:05pm vs SEAHAWKS - schedule TBD
- Sunday, Dec 23 at 1:05pm vs BEARS - schedule TBD
Weekend games - Caltrain will operate one extra Baby Bullet train departing San Francisco and making limited stops to Mountain View. Check back in August for regular season schedule.
Weekend & Weekday games - Caltrain will operate one special northbound local train after each game. The trains will leave the Mountain View station approximately 75 minutes after the game, or when full, and make all local stops to San Francisco. (Trains will stop at Atherton and Broadway stations on weekends only.)
Avoid Ticket Line
On game days, avoid ticket lines by purchasing a joint adult Caltrain + VTA Day Pass on the Caltrain Mobile Ticket App or at the Caltrain ticket machine before heading to Mountain View. The joint mobile ticket is activated right when it is purchased on the app. The joint pass is valid on Caltrain through the last train of the night and on VTA local buses and light rail until 3 a.m. Customers using Clipper e-cash save 50 cents for each one-way trip. Clipper e-cash customers must tag on at their origin station and again at Mountain View and tag at VTA fare check point.
The Mountain View station parking lot is owned by Caltrain so parking fees and regulations are enforced 7 days a week. Fans parking at Mountain View station must purchase a daily parking ticket at Caltrain ticket machines. VTA tickets must be purchased at VTA ticket machine separately.
Caltrain reminds customers that open alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the trains beginning at 9 p.m. on game nights. Food and beverages aren't allowed on VTA at any time.
9/12/18 - jsn