Millbrae BART Station
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- Millbrae BART Station
Easily accessible, modernization, when I cannot ride ACTransit across the bay, I must use this. A circuitous route, that winds first through SF, then across to Hayward Bart or other BART stops. BART.gov advertises need for developers, on their platforms , maybe one of the visionaries or intellects on the GoGoBot staff could advise, a value/project/people-based importance.
- Millbrae BART StationMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersFoodies
Fairly large parking space for those going from Millbrae up to the City. Note, for those coming from 101, when you turn onto the parking structure, STOP. If you don't you'll get photographed and pay a $500 fine.
- Millbrae BART StationAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9
Caltrain/Bart connection going north to SF :) it's so nice having decent public transportation in NorCal so that you don't have to drive up to the city and pay ridiculous fees for parking. They have new seats now at least!
- Millbrae BART Station
The Millbrae BART station is the best overall BART station in the system. It's huge so you'll always get parking and it's clean. The problem is that the intersection to enter the station has like crazy traffic cameras (make even a small mistake and you'll get a ticket) and the parking garage layout is funky.
- Millbrae BART StationMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6
The Millbrae BART Station is huge and to this first time visitor, somewhat disorienting. There's a lot of concrete and a lot of cars, and as I waited for my personal driver (Rene C.) to arrive, I wondered how far of walk it might be to find a nice bar and hang out with a drink. That and other stuff seems to be a bit of a hike. However, the pickup was straightforward and before we knew it we were soon traveling down Highway 101 and talking about gasoline prices, air freight, Pizza, and of course his MC.
The Millbrae BART Station is a convenient option for an East Bay to Peninsula traveler, as Caltrain also stops here. I also found it interesting that on the way down and per the BART map, the Train skipped SFO and on the way back stopped there. In either direction it's a long ride back to the East Bay, especially at night.