San Mateo Transportation Services
San Mateo is located at the crossroads of the Peninsula (Highway 92 and U.S. 101) and is easy to reach from any location in the Bay Area. Outstanding SamTrans bus service, convenient CalTrain stations and major highways running North-South (U.S. 101 and Interstate 280) and East-West (Highway 92) make commuting easy.
(San Mateo County Transit District) offers bus service all over the county, as well as express commuter service to San Francisco. Special express buses are also available to Monster Park.
runs commuter trains seven days a week from San Jose to San Francisco, with three stations in San Mateo: Hillsdale, Hayward Park and Downtown. Information/schedules: 1-800-660-4287.
Amtrak, Southern Pacific Main Line. Truck: U.P.S.; 76 freight forwarders (foreign); 35 domestic trucking lines, overnight delivery to all of California and parts of Nevada.
San Francisco International Airport provides scheduled passenger and air freight service by 54 airlines as follows: 32 major, 3 commuter, 5 seasonal and 14 cargo lines. San Carlos Airport, 3 miles south, serves executive and company planes up to 12,500 lbs.
Greyhound Bus Line provides transcontinental service; SamTrans provides city and county service.
Deep water port of San Francisco 20 miles north; Redwood City 6 miles south.
Interstate 280; Highway 92 and U.S. 101; California 82.