Daly City station

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Daly City
Bart-logo.svg
Daly City station from footbridge, March 2018.JPG
Two trains at Daly City station in 2018
Location500 John Daly Boulevard
Daly City, California
Coordinates 37°42′22″N122°28′08″W / 37.706224°N 122.468934°W / 37.706224; -122.468934 Coordinates: 37°42′22″N122°28′08″W / 37.706224°N 122.468934°W / 37.706224; -122.468934
Line(s) BART M-Line
Platforms1 side platform, 1 island platform
Tracks3
ConnectionsAiga bus trans.svg Muni: 14R, 28, 54, 57, 714
Aiga bus trans.svg SamTrans: 110, 118, 120, 121, 130, 399, ECR, Daly City Bayshore Shuttle, Seton Shuttle
Aiga bus trans.svg SFSU Shuttle
Aiga bus trans.svg Skyline College Shuttle
Construction
Parking2,068 spaces
Bicycle facilities20 lockers
Disabled accessYes
History
OpenedNovember 5, 1973
Passengers
20209,927 (weekday average) [1]
Services
Preceding station Bart compact logo.svg Bay Area Rapid Transit Following station
Colma
toward Millbrae
Richmond–Millbrae+SFO line Balboa Park
toward Richmond
Colma Antioch–SFO+Millbrae line Balboa Park
Terminus Berryessa/​North San José–Daly City line Balboa Park
Dublin/​Pleasanton–Daly City line Balboa Park
Location
Daly City station

Daly City station is an elevated Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station located in Daly City, California, just south of the city limits of San Francisco. It is adjacent to Interstate 280 and California Route 1, for which is serves as a park-and-ride station.

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From its November 5, 1973 opening until the extension to Colma station in 1996, Daly City was the southern terminus of BART on the Peninsula, [2] and the only station in the entire BART system that was not in one of the three base counties (San Francisco, Alameda, and Contra Costa). It still serves as the terminus for some services that do not continue to the other San Mateo County stations.

Station layout

Northbound      Antioch–SFO+Millbrae line toward Pittsburg/​Bay Point (Balboa Park)
      Richmond–Millbrae+SFO line toward Richmond weekdays (Balboa Park)
Island platform
Northbound      Dublin/​Pleasanton–Daly City line toward Dublin/​Pleasanton (Balboa Park)
      Berryessa/​North San José–Daly City line toward Berryessa/​North San José (Balboa Park)
Southbound      Antioch–SFO+Millbrae line toward San Francisco International Airport (Colma)
      Richmond–Millbrae+SFO line toward Millbrae (Colma)
Side platform (Platform 3)

The station has three tracks with an island platform between the east tracks and a side platform next to the west track. The side platform is used primarily by southbound trains continuing on to SFO Airport or Millbrae. The island platform is used primarily by northbound trains and by southbound trains terminating at the station. Southbound trains terminating at Daly City reverse their direction to make the return trip to San Francisco and the East Bay, unless they are going out of service at the rail yard in Colma.

Bus connections

Muni route 14R bus in the east busway Muni route 14R bus at Daly City station, June 2018.JPG
Muni route 14R bus in the east busway

Daly City station is served by a number of SamTrans and Muni bus routes. Most routes use the Niantic Avenue busway on the east side of the station; Muni route 54 and the SamTrans shuttle routes stop on the west side of the station. [3] [4]

San Francisco State University operates the free Daly City BART Express Shuttle, stopping on the west side of the station. Its Campus Loop shuttle also serves Daly City station on a limited number of trips. Skyline College also operates a free shuttle to the station. [3] [4]

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References

  1. "Monthly Ridership Reports". San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District. February 2020.
  2. "BART Chronology January 1947 – March 2009" (PDF). San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District. March 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 13, 2013.
  3. 1 2 "Daly City Station: Transit Stops" (PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Commission. January 12, 2018.
  4. 1 2 "Daly City Station: Schedules & Fares" (PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Commission. January 12, 2018.

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