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Treasure Island is served by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's MUNI 108 bus line, which departs for the Islands regularly from the temporary Transbay Terminal at Howard and Beale Streets in downtown San Francisco. A connecting shuttle from the Treasure Island Front Gate serves Yerba Buena Island residents along Macalla Road and Yerba Buena Road. 

MUNI 108 route and schedule information

At this time there is not a direct public transportation connection from the East Bay to TI/YBI.  The Embarcadero BART Station in downtown San Francisco is nearby the temporary Transbay Terminal.


Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands are accessible via the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge/Interstate 80. Whether traveling from San Francisco or the East Bay, follow Interstate 80 onto the Bay Bridge and take the "Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island" left-lane exit at the halfway point of the Bay Bridge span.

If traveling from the East Bay towards the Islands, a Bay Bridge toll is required at the Oakland end of the span. There are no gas stations located on-Island.

The Treasure Island Development Authority encourages visitors and residents alike to maximize their use of public transportation, ride-sharing, carpooling and alternate transportation when traveling to and from Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands.

Charge Your Electric Vehicles (EV) on Treasure Island!


Recreational Boating

Home to Treasure Isle Marina, TIDA also welcomes the recreational boating community to enjoy Clipper Cove while out on San Francisco Bay.  Vessel owners, operators and passengers shall adhere to the Clipper Cove Special Use Area Rules and Regulations at all times while in Clipper Cove.

Clipper Cove Special Use Area Rules and Regulations (PDF)

Treasure Isle Marina

Located in the northwest corner of Clipper Cove, Treasure Isle Marina offers daily guest slip and monthly slip rentals for recreational boaters.  Amenities include showers, restrooms and pump-out facilities.  Guest Dock and Day-Use priviledges are also available.

Treasure Isle Marina website
1 Clipper Cove Way
(415) 981-2416

Anchoring in Clipper Cove

Recreational vessels are permitted temporary anchorage in Clipper Cove.  Any vessel anchored in the Cove for more than 24 hours must possess a valid Anchorage Permit.  There are two  levels of Anchorage Permits available based on length-of-stay.  Anchorage Per are issued by TIDA at no-cost to recreational boaters.

How to obtain a Clipper Cove Anchorage Permit. 


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