SFSU Parking & Transportation Office

Location: 1600 Holloway Ave.

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Website url: https://parking.sfsu.edu

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (415) 338-1441


Services/Benefits Provided to Students:

  • Muni discount: free with ID
  • BART discount: 50% off with ID(to and from Daly City BART station)
  • SFSU shuttle service between campus and Daly City BART station
  • SSFU shuttle service circling campus
  • On-campus transportation (including disability transport and night safety transport)



Being that 85% of the students enrolled at SFSU commute to campus, it makes sense that the school would provide an abundance of transportation assistance. This includes a discount on the main modes of transportation in the city, the Muni being free and the BART being 50% off from Daly City BART station (nearby stops make both very accessible). There is also an SFSU shuttle that goes from the Daly City BART station to campus and another that circles campus several times a day. Parking passes are also available; a general parking permit is $8 per day and a semester student permit is anywhere from $256 to $640 depending on which days you want the permit to apply to. There is also on-campus cart transportation available through the Disabilities Programs and Resource Center from 8:30am to 5pm on weekdays and through the University Police Department outside those hours.



The transportation benefits provided to SFSU students are very effective and useful, especially for those who commute. The SFSU shuttle has specific pickup times which may be inconvenient for some students. On-campus transport through the DPRC is only available to those registered with their office. On-campus transport through the UPD CARE program is available to everyone but can sometimes have severe wait times; it is best to call early.


The attached photo is the campus layout with nearby public transportation, SFSU shuttle stops, dorm buildings, student parking lot, and some offices that can provide more information. 

(map created by Amelia Richards, 2020)

Hope this helps!