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A lot of people ask for transportation options from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to Travis AFB, CA, (SUU). Well, here is the report from the trip I took today, plus photos…because everybody loves photos. Here we go.

When you land at SFO, go to baggage claim (if you have bags), and then look for the AirTrain/BART signs. The BART station is at the terminal G stop, right after the international terminal. I bought our tickets at the kiosk and the prices are listed on the machine. You don’t buy the ticket for the exact price so I bought 2, $10 tickets. The price from SFO to El Centro del Norte station is $9.65. On the way to El Centro del Norte you will exit at the 19th Street station, from the SFO yellow line, and walk 2 seconds to the train platform for the train towards El Cerrito del Norte, orange line. 

El Centro del Norte has some shady looking people around and I would be on guard there, and I would still take this route to Travis, but maybe not at night. Anyhow, once you exit the El Centro del Norte train, you go downstairs and look for bus #90. This is the express bus to the Fairfield Transportation Center. Make sure you tell the driver you are going to Travis AFB and will need transfers. At the FTC you will board bus #3 and will exit at the Walmart, and then catch bus #4 to Travis. The bus drops your right off in front of the Westwind Inn (Travis lodging). Total bus fare is $5.75 and just ask the driver to let you know where to get off.

I could have paid the $125 for the shuttle from SFO to Travis but the wife wanted to see about this route. All in all, a great option! There was ample room on all the busses for our luggage and backpack. So, there you have it. If you want to save some money and add to your adventure, try out the BART/bus combo… It is VERY easy!