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San Francisco International Airport 
Year Opened 2003 Lines Served

APB

     
Platform Layout 2 island platforms # of Tracks

3

Park-n-Ride NO Right of Way

Elevated

Points of Interest This long awaited extension opened in June 2003. BART now extends down the peninsula with a "Y" junction at San Francisco International Airport. When the extension first opened it was served by Pittsburg/Baypointe trains going to Millbrae, Dublin/Pleasanton trains going to SFO and a shuttle train connecting SFO with Millbrae. However, ridership was low, so now there is no more shuttle, and all trains start at Millbrae and go to SFO then onto the city. SFO is still very convenient to downtown San Francisco.

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Entrance (9/8/17) Platform (9/8/17)
Platform (9/8/17) Platform (9/8/17)
Platform (9/5/18) Platform (9/10/17)
Platform (8/31/18) Platform (9/10/17)
Looking from another train (3/12/04) You can see the airplanes from the BART station (3/12/04)
Train arriving (3/12/04) Train flying through the junction (5/30/05)
The junction, tracks to the left got to Millbrae. (5/30/05) Turnstile entrance (6/21/13)
Train in layup (7/14/03) Train on center track, which is no longer in normal use (7/14/03)
Train arriving (7/14/03) Train on center track, which is no longer in normal use (7/14/03)
Train on center track, which is no longer in normal use (7/14/03)  

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