Bay to Breakers
Relax those happy feet and let Caltrain be the way to the 2013 Bay to Breakers. The train will get you to the San Francisco station early and rested to run, walk or watch the 102nd Bay to Breakers presented by Craigslist on Sunday, May 19.
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NOTICE: The oganizers of the 2013 Bay to Breakers have banned backpacks, large bags and any type of container/carrier exceeding 81/2" X 11" X 4".
Buy your Bay to Breakers train ticket early to avoid lines on the day of the race. You can get your ticket and daily parking permit early by going to any station ticket machine and using the “Bay to Breakers” button. Watch how to buy train tickets to the race through a short video HERE.
Fare checking will be performed by conductors and Transit Police before boarding the train, and no one will be allowed to board without a ticket.
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 pm. The trains will then make regular local weekend stops to San Jose Diridon. Trains will make stops at Atherton.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages is permitted on Caltrain. However, intoxicated passengers will be cited and removed from the train. No kegs are allowed onboard Caltrain. Note: The race organizers aren’t allowing alcohol and floats on the race course.
Underage drinking is strictly prohibited. Minors in possession of alcohol and/or intoxicated will be cited, removed from the train and detained until their parents can pick them up.
Caltrain encourages you to enjoy the festive atmosphere of the Bay to Breakers but will observe a zero-tolerance policy regarding the rules stated above. We hope that all customers have a safe and memorable 102nd Bay to Breakers presented by Craigslist.
4/23/13 - jsn