Daly City station
City: Daly City
Daly City Station is the located just south of San Franciso. It is a transfer point for Muni buses to San Francisco State and Stonestown. Parking at this station is crowded and expensive because more BART trains serve this station than any station further south.
Use the pedestrian tunnel just south of the station to cross John Daly Blvd and access areas south and west of the station.
Ticket machines are available at the ground-level station concourse. First time riders can purchase a reusable Clipper card from a vending machine before boarding. All riders must pass through the faregates with a valid Clipper card, mobile device with (Clipper enabled) Apple Pay/Google Pay, or paper ticket (no longer sold at stations). Keep the ticket, device, or card for the ride and use it to pass through the faregates again when exiting the station.
This station features center platforms and a side platform. Most trains from the East Bay terminate at this station. See overhead destination sign to see which train is departing from which track.
All buses depart from the bus plaza east of the station concourse. Muni provides local transit north of the station in San Francisco and SamTrans provides local transit south of the station in San Mateo County.
BART Early Bird Express
|Unreserved spaces||Reserved spaces||Carpool|
|Weekdays||before 10am||$3 daily fee||reserved permit required||BART carpool permit + daily fee|
|10am - 3pm||$3 daily fee|
Reserved spaces require:
To pay the parking fee, remember your space number, enter through the faregates into the paid area and pay at an add fare machine. Monthly parking permit for unreserved spaces is available. Parking gets full at the station before 8am.