How to Get Here
SFMTA MUNI 25 - Treasure Island bus line
ATTN: Beginning August 12th, the MUNI-25 stop in downtown San Francisco will relocate from the temporary Transbay Terminal to the new Salesforce Transit Center. Click here for full information on this relocation.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's MUNI 25-Treasure Island bus line serves the Islands 24 hours a day, departing downtown San Francisco from the temporary Transbay Terminal, Howard Street at Beale Street.
- View MUNI 25 - Treasure Island route, on-Isand stops and schedule information
- View Temporary Transbay Terminal information
At this time there is not a direct public transportation connection from the East Bay to the Islands. The Embarcadero BART Station in downtown San Francisco is nearby the temporary Transbay Terminal.
Driving to the Islands
Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands are solely 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 approximate mid-point of the Bay Bridge. A Bay Bridge toll is required for motorists traveling westbound onto the Bay Bridge from the East Bay. There are no gas stations on-Island.
Motorists are reminded to obey all posted speed limits and traffic/pedestrian/bicycle safety signage and street markings on-Island at all times!
Free On-Island Electric Vehicle Charging!
Free Electric Vehicle (EV) charging will be available soon at the San Francisco Vista Point parking lot located on 9th Street behind Mersea Restaurant on Treasure Island. Chargers are activated by the inidividual drivers' EV charging card or by calling the toll-free number posted at the station.
Boating to the Islands
TIDA welcomes the recreational boating community to Clipper Cove. The Cove is a designated Special Use Area under the San Francisco Police Code and is home to Treasure Isle Marina and Treasure Island Sailing Center. Overnight and multi-day recreational vessel anchorage is allowed and regulated. Vessel owners, operators and passengers shall adhere to the Clipper Cove Special Use Area Rules and Regulations at all times while in Clipper Cove.
- See full information about Treasure Isle Marina and Clipper Cove Anchorage Permits
- Read San Francisco Police Code Section 1.1 - "Clipper Cove Special Use Area"
- View and download the Clipper Cove Special Use Area Rules and Regulations (PDF)
Bicycling to the Islands
The Bay Bridge Zuckerman Bicycle/Pedestrian Path now connects to the Yerba Buena Island Vista Point seven days a week for bicyclists and pedestrians traveling from the trailheads located in Oakland and Emeryville. A free shuttle with bicycle trailer connects the YBI Vista Point to Treasure Island on weekends and holidays.