Trains Won't Be Pulling Into San Francisco's Transbay Terminal Anytime Soon
SF Transbay Transit Center To Reopen Soon After Months Of Repairs
Former Amtrak San Francisco Transbay Temporary Terminal
$2.2B San Francisco bus terminal out of service just weeks after opening
Inside and above the 'Grand Central Station of the West' l A look at SF's Salesforce Transit Center
The San Francisco Transbay Terminal or Transbay Terminal, was a transportation complex in San Francisco, California, United States, roughly in the center of the rectangle bounded north–south by Mission Street and Howard Street, and east–west by Beale Street and 2nd Street in the South of Market area of the city. It opened on January 14, 1939 as a train station and was converted into a bus depot in 1959. The terminal mainly served San Francisco's downtown and Financial District, as transportation from surrounding communities of the Bay Area terminated there such as: Golden Gate Transit buses from Marin County, AC Transit buses from the East Bay, and SamTrans buses from San Mateo County. Long-distance buses from beyond the Bay Area such as Greyhound and Amtrak also served the terminal. Several bus lines of the San Francisco Municipal Railway connected with the terminal.