Chinatown - Rose Pak Station

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Accessible via elevators y   City: San Francisco 

Directions to and from Chinatown - Rose Pak Station  |  Nearby



This subway station has entrance at the corner of Stockton & Washington streets. It is named in honor of Rose Pak, a Chinatown leader who was the chief advocate for the Muni Metro extension to Chinatown.

Points of interest

Muni Metro


Muni Metro opens until about midnight.

Cash fare riders can buy a Muni ticket or Clipper card from any Muni ticket machine on the concourse level (1 level below street). Riders with a valid Muni ticket, Clipper card, or Clipper enabled phones can pass through any Muni faregate and proceed to the platform located below the concourse. Riders with other forms of passes or transfers should use the faregate next to the attendant booth and show the pass or transfer to the attendant. Riders must keep the proof of payment for the ride.

This is the northern terminus of the T line. This station features a center platform and southbound trains may depart on any track.

Southbound: T to Sunnydale Terminus
Real time departures:

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California: Downtown - Richmond District
Bayshore: City College - Visitacion Valley - Chinatown - Fisherman's Wharf
Bayshore 'A' Express: Visitacion Valley - Chinatown
Bayshore 'B' Express: City College - Visitacion Valley - Chinatown - Fisherman's Wharf
Stockton: Crissy Field - 4th & King Caltrain via North Beach and Chinatown
Union-Stockton: Lyon and Greenwich - 4th & King Caltrain via Chinatown