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Brand New Free Express Bus to SF

SamTrans unveils the FCX express to SF with wifi. Free Rides from August 19-30
By - posted 8/6/2019 No Comment

Starting Monday, August 19, 2019 SamTrans will introduce a brand new express bus service between Foster City and San Francisco aboard Route FCX. To celebrate the new service, the route will operate free of charge for the first two weeks from August 19-30. Learn More.

Starting on September 2019 the adult fares will be $2.25 into San Francisco and $4.00 out of San Francisco.

  • Route FCX San Francisco runs about every 30 minutes on weekdays, 6-8 am and 3:30-6 pm
  • Route FCX Foster City runs about every 30 minutes on weekdays, 6:25-8:25 am and 3:30-6 pm

Route FCX will operate five to six trips in both directions every weekday morning/evening at 30-minute intervals during peak commute hour­s. The route will utilize SamTrans’ upgraded fleet offering onboard Wi-Fi and a low floor design that facilitates easier, faster boarding.

Work in San Francisco?

Foster City and northern San Mateo residents working in San Francisco can catch Route FCX at limited stops throughout Foster City and at 3rd Ave & Norfolk St in San Mateo before running express on US-101 to San Francisco. Once in San Francisco, Route FCX stops along Mission Street near Civic Center, Salesforce Transit Center, Financial District, and the San Francisco Ferry Building. Route FCX San Francisco runs about every 30 minutes on weekdays, 6-8 am and 3:30-6 pm.

See Full Schedule and MapMornings to SF | Evenings to Foster City

Work in Foster City?

In the morning, San Francisco residents working in Foster City can catch Route FCX at limited stops along Mission Street and Potrero Avenue before running express on US-101 directly to Foster City job centers at Vintage Park Drive and the MetroCenter. Route FCX Foster City runs about every 30 minutes on weekdays, 6:25-8:25 am and 3:30-6 pm. Click the buttons below to view the full schedule.

See Full Schedule and MapMornings to Foster City | Evenings to SF


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