Getting to San Francisco

The city of San Francisco is served by two major airports, an extensive public transportation system, and many private taxi, ferry, and shuttle services. For a complete list of transportation options in and around San Francisco, visit

By Air

  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO) offers nonstop flights to more than 74 cities in the US on 17 domestic airlines. Visit SFO online for up-to-the-minute departure and arrival information, airport maps, and details on ground transportation and more.
  • Oakland International Airport (OAK) is served by most major US carriers, with more than 150 daily departures. Follow this link for details about ground transportation from OAK.

By Train
Amtrak trains make stops at several locations in the Bay Area. Emeryville Station (EMY) is nearest to San Francisco, with connecting thruway bus service available to various locations in the city. The closest station to the Parc 55 Wyndham Hotel Union Square is the San Francisco Convention Center Bus Stop (SFM) at 747 Howard Street. Visit Amtrak online for complete details.

By Bus
Greyhound Lines stops in San Francisco at 200 Folsom Street. Standard routes and the new Greyhound Express routes are available.

By Car
San Francisco is served by US-101 from the north and south, I-80 from the northeast, and I-280 from the south. Interstate 5 connects the northern and southern parts of California with the Bay Area via I-580 from the south or I-80.

Several public parking lots are available near the conference hotel, including the following:

See also Parkopedia: