The San Francisco Giants are playing at home in the World Series this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 24-26! Baseball fans along the Capitol Corridor route can pair a relaxing train trip with a ride on our connecting bus service, BART, or even the Oakland Ferry at Jack London Square to get to AT&T park to attend the game or just be around for all the festivities.
Here’s how you can use Capitol Corridor to get to the World Series:
By Capitol Corridor Bus Connection:
Capitol Corridor has connecting bus service into San Francisco at the Emeryville Station, with numerous downtown stops. The closest stop to AT&T Park is the Caltrain Station at 4th and King Street, but service to this stop will be suspended temporarily during the World Series due to high expected traffic congestion. The next closest stop is the Moscone Center at 747 Howard Street, which is about a 15-minute walk to AT&T Park.
Capitol Corridor connects to BART at the Richmond and Oakland Coliseum Stations for an easy transfer into San Francisco. The KT and N Muni lines go from the Embarcadero BART station straight to AT&T Park.
The San Francisco Bay Ferry has special World Series service departing Jack London Square at 3:40 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and will arrive at AT&T Park at 4:10 p.m., just in time for the 5:00 p.m. start times. Fans coming from the Sacramento area can take Train 537 on Friday and Train 737 on Saturday or Sunday to arrive in Jack London Square at 2:01 p.m. with plenty of time to spare. Enjoy a nice meal at one of the many restaurants in Jack London Square, or simply stroll around the plaza and waterfront before catching the ferry to the game. More information about the ferry’s World Series service can be found here.