2014 - Bay to Breakers

Breakaway from the pack and purchase your Caltrain ticket early to get to the 2014 Bay to Breakers Sunday, May 18.

Caltrain will sell One-way tickets and Day passes starting May 12 at station ticket machines, just select the “Bay to Breakers” button. A special day parking permit also will be available for purchase at the same time.

Caltrain will operate four special trains to get runners and spectators to the race and three after the race.

Alcohol is prohibited on the special trains.

Caltrain is a proof-of-payment system. Customers must have a valid ticket before boarding. Those without a valid ticket are subject to citation. 

Customers with Clipper® cards also can buy a parking permit early from the ticket machines by pressing the “Bay to Breakers” button and following the screen prompts. Clipper customers also should remember to tag on before boarding and to tag off for their trips.

The starting line is about 1.4 miles from the San Francisco Caltrain Station at Fourth and King streets. Participants can walk to the starting line or take the Muni T-Third light rail.

Caltrain would like to remind customers that Bay to Breakers does not allow alcohol and floats.

Bay to Breakers Special Train Service


Special Trains
Station        A   B   C   D
San Jose Diridon   - 6:15a  6:20a 6:35a
Santa Clara   -   -  - -
Lawrence   -  -  6:28a -
Sunnyvale   - 6:25a  6:32a -
Mountain View  - 6:30a  6:37a -
San Antonio   -  - 6:41a 6:35a
California Ave   -   6:36a 6:45a -
Palo Alto 6:30a   -  6:49a -
Menlo Park 6:33a   6:41a  - -
Redwood City 6:38a   6:46a  - -
San Carlos -   -  6:57a 7:04a
Belmont 6:43a   -   - -
Hillsdale 6:46a   6:52a  - -
Hayward Park   -  - 7:08a -
San Mateo   -  6:56a 7:11a -
Burlingame   - - 7:14a -
Millbrae 6:54a - 7:20a -
San Francisco 7:11a  7:18a 7:37a 7:39a

Special trains will depart and pick up passengers only from the above listed stations. Regular Sunday northbound service departs San Jose Diridon at 8 a.m.

After the race, three express trains to San Carlos will depart San Francisco at 1:10 p.m., 2:10 p.m. and 3:10 p.m.  The trains will make regular local weekend stops to San Jose Diridon.



4/18/14 - jsn