San Francisco, CA – Today, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA), owner and operator of the multimodal Salesforce Transit Center in downtown San Francisco, marked the important milestone of the State of California and the City and County of San Francisco’s full reopening by providing information on its important services and offerings at the Transit Center. The Transit Center and rooftop park have been open during the pandemic and will continue to provide important transit and retail services along with free rooftop park activities.

“We join the State of California and the City and County of San Francisco’s reopening milestone today that ends over a year of challenging times and provides the opportunity for the State’s full economic recovery,” said Interim Executive Director Nila Gonzales. “Salesforce Transit Center has been open during the pandemic and will continue to provide transit services through our transit partners that riders depend on; provide important services through our retail partners; and public open space with free rooftop park activities available to visitors.”

 Salesforce Transit Center

Bounded by Mission, Howard, Beale and Second streets, the four-block long multimodal Salesforce Transit Center meets the needs of a growing region and City with a 21st Century, world class transit center serving transportation systems throughout the Bay Area.

Throughout the pandemic, the Salesforce Transit Center has been open to the public providing important transit services daily through our transit agency partners. Visit for more information. Face coverings are required in buses and throughout the Transit Center per Federal law except at the rooftop park and in retail spaces.

We will continue to maintain a high level of cleanliness throughout the Transit Center with special attention to restrooms, handrails, elevator buttons, vending machines, door handles and interactive digital screens.

Bus operations are found on the ground floor Bus Plaza and third floor Bus Deck. Riders should check in with their bus operator or call 511 for transit information and for information about their safety protocols for safe travel. In compliance with Federal law, masks and physical distancing are required.

The Transit Center serves AC Transit, Greyhound, Muni, Golden Gate Transit, Paratransit, and WestCat Lynx, with close proximity to SamTrans, Amtrak, Muni Metro, and BART. Currently, transportation services are provided by transit operators from the North and East Bays along with San Francisco transit services. In the future, the Transit Center will serve Caltrain and California High Speed Rail when rail service is connected from the 4th and King Street station and ultimately, the State’s statewide rail service system.

Retail Services and Rooftop Park

The Transit Center includes more than 100,000 square feet of shopping and dining spaces and a 5.4-acre rooftop park.

During the pandemic, these retail providers were open to the public:

We are working to help the following establishments below open to the public with Happy Lemon opening early this Summer and other establishments opening this Fall and early 2022. The Transit Center’s current occupancy rate is approximately 82% with additional spaces still available for leasing.

 Rooftop Park

The rooftop park is open to the public daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. In April 2021, we re-launched free public activities at the rooftop park, with free activities increasing to nine per week this month. We will continue to add new free programs each month through our programming partners at Biederman Redevelopment Ventures Corporation who are managing the scheduling of free activities.

Found below are the free activities featured in the park, which are complemented by a bi-weekly photography class, a monthly garden education series, and monthly birding walks:

  • Mondays: Knitting 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. // Monday Night Makers 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
  • Tuesdays: Toddler Tuesday 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. // HIIT Bootcamp 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday: Creative Writing Workshops noon – 1:00 m.
  • Thursday: Bootcamp 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
  • Friday: Yoga 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

The public is invited to visit the Transit Center and rooftop park for their important transit service connections and to enjoy the retail services and free activities available. The park’s full schedule of events is found at Follow @transitcentersf on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for updates. The rooftop park is also available for use by the public for non-alcoholic group events of less than 25 people without a permit or reservation. It is available for private event rental for groups of 25 people or more. Please email for more information.



About the Transbay Joint Powers Authority

The TJPA is owner and operator of the multimodal Salesforce Transit Center and is working to extend Caltrain and ultimately, California High-Speed Rail service from 4th and King streets to the Salesforce Transit Center in downtown San Francisco through the Downtown Rail Extension project. The name of the Salesforce Transit Center is the result of a naming rights agreement with that helps fund operating costs.