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A Presidio GO Shuttle in front of Presidio Transit Center.

Presidio Transit Center

This transit hub with a restaurant and picnic tables connects you to Presidio adventures.


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Presidio Transit Center is where park visitors, residents, and employees connect with transportation options, supported by great services.

Located next to Presidio Visitor Center and Presidio Tunnel Tops, Presidio Transit Center is where both routes of the free Presidio GO Shuttle and the San Francisco Muni 43 bus line converge. Nearby, you’ll also find Bay Wheels Bike Share and bicycle parking.

Presidio Transit Center has services to support a great day in the park including a restaurant and indoor and outdoor picnic tables. Public restrooms with changing stations are open daily.

Getting to Presidio Transit Center

Presidio Transit Center

Map of the Presidio

By Public Transit

Muni Route: 43

Stop: Presidio Transit Center

By Presidio GO Shuttle

Route: Downtown & South Hills

Stop: Presidio Transit Center


Paid parking is available in a lot northeast of Presidio Transit Center on Graham Street and French Court. There is also a large paid parking lot along Anza Avenue just across Lincoln Boulevard.

Why We Love Presidio Transit Center

Presidio Transit Center offers three essential things for a great day in the park – ways to get around, food, and restrooms. Simply pass through here on your way to a park adventure or hang out at Il Parco restaurant (opening fall 2023) or on the indoor and outdoor picnic tables. And Presidio Pop Up food vendors are nearby.

Accessibility at Presidio Transit Center

There are several parking spots for those with mobility limitations in nearby parking lots. All Presidio GO Shuttle buses can accommodate up to two wheelchairs. Service animals are welcome on the shuttles. For information about accessibility on SF Muni, visit their website.

Insider Tip

Next door to Presidio Transit Center is the Presidio Visitor Center, the “front door” to your national park experience. Get ideas from a ranger, check out interactive exhibits, pick up a free map, and buy unique souvenirs and even jackets and sweatshirts (for when the fog rolls in).

Woman renting a bicycle at a Bay Wheel Bike Share station at Presidio Transit Center. Photo by Rachel Styer.

The Presidio's Transportation Hub

Presidio Transit Center offers transportation and food options for visitors as well as those who live and work in the park.

Presidio GO Shuttle (formerly PresidiGo Shuttle)

The free Presidio GO Shuttle has two routes, both originating at the Presidio Transit Center. The South Hills Route makes stops around the park. The Downtown Route connects to transit links in San Francisco. Both run daily and are open to all.

San Francisco Muni 43

The SF Muni 43 stops at Presidio Transit Center in both directions and runs north-south through the center of San Francisco, from the Marina District and Fort Mason through Golden Gate Park and Haight-Ashbury all the way down to Crocker Amazon in the Excelsior District.

Wind protected picnic area at Presidio Transit Center. Photo by Bruce Damonte.


Presidio Transit Center has bike racks and bike lockers nearby. Bay Wheels Bike Share  stations with classic (non-electric) bicycles are located here. Just use your Lyft app to rent one.


Large, gender-inclusive restrooms are located at the Presidio Transit Center. There are also private family restrooms.

Il Parco

Il Parco, an eatery offering convenient Italian-inspired food, is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Picnic Tables

Community picnic tables are available to everyone on a first-come, first-served, basis (not reservable, no grills) nearby at Picnic at Transit. There is also a sheltered patio with picnic tables attached to Presidio Transit Center. Bring your own food or pick up lunch from Il Parco cafe or the nearby Presidio Pop Up food vendors.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Visit the Presidio GO Shuttle page to see the schedule and routes and sign up for text alerts. 

Yes, gender-inclusive and private family restrooms are located here. Restrooms are open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day.

Yes, it’s located at the south end of Presidio Tunnel Tops, just steps from Presidio Visitor Center.

Yes, a restaurant is opening in fall 2023 inside Presidio Transit Center. Presidio Pop Up food vendors are located nearby. 

There are bike racks and bike lockers nearby. Bay Wheels Bike Sharestations with classic (non-electric) bicycles are right outside.

Park Itineraries

Need help planning your day at the Presidio? We’ve put together some itinerary ideas for things to see and do in the park. Whether you’re planning to spend a few hours or an entire day, there’s something for everyone at the Presidio.

We’re Here to Help

Have a question about the park? Want help planning your next visit? We’ve got you covered.

Representatives from the National Park Service, Parks Conservancy, and Presidio Trust standing in front of the Presidio Visitor Center