Getting There on Transit Guide, 2012 Edition!

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and 511 Traveler Information Service just released the 2012 edition of the Getting There on Transit guide. The free publication features detailed maps of dozens of transit systems throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, highlighting more than 250 popular destinations with public transit directions to reach them.

Cover of the new edition of the Getting There on Transit guide. Image credit: MTC


New content added in this edition:

  • Maps of the region’s 150 free Park & Ride lots (where drivers can meet for carpooling or vanpooling, or park and make transit connections).
  • Information about the 511 SF Bay-Transit app for iPhone 4 and Android.
  • Information about the 511 Enhanced Trip Planner (an online tool that provides a side-by-side comparison of using transit, driving or a combination of both).
  • Updated transit route maps with a new ferry routes map

Get a free copy of the 511 Getting There on Transit guide by emailing your name and address to library@mtc.ca.gov or calling 510.817.5836.  Copies of the guide also are available through Bay Area transit operators, at Bay Area airports, and in San Francisco at the Embarcadero BART/Muni station (visit the Clipper kiosk on the main concourse) and the Bay Crossings store located in the Ferry Building.
Of course, free transit information is also available by calling 511, going to 511.org, or using the 511 SF Bay-Transit application on a smart phone.
Read more details about the Transit Guide over at MTC.

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