F-Market & Wharves
Inbound means streetcars going toward Fisherman's Wharf. Outbound means streetcars going toward Castro.
F line is one of two historic streetcar lines in San Francisco and uses actual historic vehicles of different eras. Some F line trips operate only between the Ferry Building and Fisherman's Wharf. Because of he popularity of the line, additional service is provided by buses on the same route making the same stops. For some major events, E-Embarcadero historic streetcar line will operate between Fisherman's Wharf and Caltrain via the Ferry Building.
Cash riders need to board through the front door and pay the fare at the farebox. Riders with a valid transfer, pass, or Clipper card can board through any door (Clipper users need to tap card when boarding). The Streetcar fare is the same as Muni Metro and buses. Riders without a valid proof of payment is subject to citation.
The streetcars do not have bicycle racks and do not allow bikes onboard.
Overnight service along the streetcar route is provided by L-Owl bus and stops at most streetcar stops.
Stops with a smaller dot are not wheelchair accessible.
|Stations||Connections, Points of interest|
|Jones & Beach|
|Jefferson & Taylor ▶ Pier 45|
|Beach & Mason|
|Jefferson & Powell|
|Beach & Stockton||Embarcadero & Stockton|
Along the Embarcadero
|...& Bay||SF Cruise Terminal, Pier 33|
|...& Ferry Building||Ferry Building|
|E-Embarcadero to Oracle Park|
Along Market Street
|...& Main||Embarcadero Station|
|...& 2nd (OB)|
|...& New Montgomery (IB)||Montgomery Station|
|...& 4th||Moscone Center|
|...& 5th||Powell Station, Union Square|
|...& 6th||The Tenderloin|
|...& 8th||Civic Center Station|
|...& 9th||San Francisco Civic Center|
|...& South Van Ness||Van Ness Station|
|...& Gough||Hayes Valley|
|...& Church||Church Station|
|17th & Castro||Castro Station, The Castro|
Click on markers on map for real time departure info.
Streetcar is accessible at all stops between the Ferry Building and Fisherman's Wharf via wayside ramps, and at most stops on Market Street with wayside ramps or lifts.
At stops with ramps, passengers in wheelchairs or other mobility devices should wait on the top of the ramp. At stops with lifts, passengers should wait on the lift platform and press the "up" button to raise the lift when the streetcar arrives.
- This page was last edited on 26 January 2023, at 00:24.
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