Stanford University prides itself on offering alternatives to driving to campus. Below are the most commonly used transportation alternatives to reach Stanford Stadium. For more information on transportation alternatives, please visit Parking & Transportation Services: http://transportation.stanford.edu
BART provides transit service on the San Francisco Peninsula and throughout the East Bay. Stanford riders can connect to BART at the following stations: Millbrae, Freemont, and Union City. For additional information, visit http://www.bart.gov.
The Stanford Stadium Caltrain Station, located at Embarcadero Road and Alma Street, is just a short walk to Stanford Stadium. Caltrain will serve all Stanford home games for the 2012 season. For additional information, visit
Marguerite Shuttle Service:
The Marguerite Shuttle is a free shuttle service that travels the Stanford campus loop. For additional information, visit http://transportation.stanford.edu/marguerite/.
SamTrans connects the Palo Alto train station (and the free Marguerite Shuttle service) to all of San Mateo County (north of campus), including service to the San Francisco International Airport. For additional information, visit http://www.samtrans.com.
Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition:
Stanford University is a bike friendly campus. The Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition will guard your bike during the game. For additional information, visit http://bikesiliconvalley.org/content/1740.
Valley Transportation Authority (VTA):
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) runs along El Camino Real. For a schedule and fares, visit http://www.vta.org/index.html.