Transportation to the Moscone Center
Parking at the Moscone Center
As a city-owned facility, the Moscone Center provides information according to the city's traffic management philosophy which encourages the use of transit first. View our parking map to find a parking garage, or use the list below for reference.
Fifth & Mission Parking Garage
833 Mission Street (between Fourth & Fifth streets, adjacent to Moscone West)
Moscone Center Garage
(Not operated by the Moscone Center)
255 Third Street (Folsom & Howard, across the street from Moscone South's Esplanade Ballroom)
Hearst Parking Center
45 Third Street (45 Third Street (entrance on Stevenson, 2 blocks from Moscone South/North)
Museum Parc Garage
300 Third Street (entrance on Third and on Folsom streets)
147 Minna Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Jessie Square Garage
223 Stevenson Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
By Taxi or Ride Sharing
The San Francisco International Airport is ideally located a few miles from downtown San Francisco and 30 minutes away from the Moscone Center. The taxi fare from the airport to Moscone Center is approximately $45.
- SF Green Cab 415-626-4733
- Flywheel Cab 888-667-7991
- City Wide Dispatch 415-920-0700
- DeSoto Cab 855-970-1300
By Rental Car
The AUA has partnered with Hertz as the official car rental provider for the 2018 Annual Meeting.
Hertz is pleased to offer special discounted car rental rates for the AUA2018 Annual Meeting. Make your car rental reservation online – be sure to enter this CDP Discount Code to get your discount: CDP# 1953476. You may also call 1-800-654-2240 and mention the discount code CDP# 1953476.
Transportation between Hotels and Convention Center
During the Annual Meeting, the AUA will provide shuttle transportation between all of the AUA official hotels and the Moscone Center except for the following hotels:
Within walking distance – Coming Soon!
Download Shuttle Schedule – Coming Soon!
By Public Transportation
BART rapid rail is a fast and inexpensive way to get from SFO to San Francisco. After picking up your luggage, look for signs for AirTrain, the free tram service. Take either the Red or Blue AirTrain line to the Garage G and BART stop in the International Terminal. Hop on the BART train going towards Pittsburg/Baypoint, signified by the yellow line on the BART map.
BART costs are associated with how far you travel; the greater the distance, the higher the fare. A round-trip BART fare from SFO to downtown San Francisco is $17.90 ($8.95 one-way). Buy your ticket and pass through the gates by slipping your ticket through the turnstyle. You'll have to scan your ticket again when you arrive at your destination. Don’t worry if you run out of funds when you exit. You can always add more inside the station.
You can also purchase a BART SFO Voucher in advance to save time. The $20 voucher has enough value for a round-trip BART ride from SFO to downtown San Francisco, downtown Oakland or downtown Berkeley, plus a small balance you can apply toward another ride on the BART system.
SFO trains arrive and depart three to four times per hour until 11:50 p.m. daily. The ride to downtown San Francisco takes about 30 minutes. All BART services resume at 4 a.m. on weekdays, 6 a.m. on Saturdays, and 8 a.m. on Sundays.