Service Alerts

Passenger safety and convenience are our top priorities. Transportation Services invites you to use this page as a resource to get latest info that may impact your commute, including shuttle stop changes and ways to stay safe going to and from work.

Green Shuttle Service Alert - Third St. Bridge Closure 12/11/17 – 1/26/18

San Francisco Department of Public Works will be closing the Third Street Bridge between Berry Street & Mission Bay effective December 11, 2017 thru January 26, 2018 (Tentative, Subject to Change).


During the closure, the GREEN route will be rerouted and 1500 Owens, China Basin, and Family House stops will be temporarily discontinued. For riders boarding from 185 Berry, please board at Channel St. & 4th St. Click here for a route map & temporary stop location.

For more information on the closure, visit: sfpublicworks.org/thirdstreetbridge

Shuttle System Delays

No current delays

Travel Tips: How to Have a Safer Commute

Safety First: Commuter Tips from Transportation Services

Recently, UCSF staff from MCB and 1550 Bryant shared their concerns with UCSF Transportation Services regarding personal safety in the neighborhood, and when traveling to and from BART. Transportation offers a service update and the following information to help better safeguard your person and property:

Walking to/from BART
From BART to MCB, we recommend traveling on 16th Street to Folsom; and walk with a buddy if possible.

Street Parking
When parking on the street, do not leave any belongings in your car. Always try to take a buddy when walking to/from your vehicle.

MCB Parking Survey
If you must drive to work, let us know your level of interest in parking by taking the MCB Parking Permit Survey Capacity at MCB may be expanded based on demand.

Waiting at BART for the RED LIMITED
If you arrive before the RED LIMITED, wait within the BART station until the shuttle approaches. To view the shuttle’s route in real time, visit the NextBus website.

See Something, Say Something
Let’s take a shared approach to keeping our entire community safe. See something that just doesn’t seem right?  Contact the UCSF Police: 415 476-6911.