Downtown Transportation Information
Getting to Downtown Redwood City is a snap with easy connections to regional transit systems. Redwood City is midway between San Francisco and San Jose in San Mateo County.
Transit to Redwood City
Caltrain - The Redwood City Caltrain stop is right in the heart of Downtown. Click here for Caltrain schedule information.
SamTrans has multiple bus routes providing access to Downtown Redwood City. Click here for route and schedule information.
Clipper Card is the all-in-one transit card for the Bay Area, making it easy to ride transit throughout the Bay Area.
Commute.org is San Mateo County's Transportation Demand Management Agency. Its goal is to help people find ways to get to work that are faster, less expensive, and/or easier than driving. Visit Commute.org for more information, including commuter options, employer programs, and city transportation demand management partnerships.
Traveling southbound (coming from the north): Take the Whipple Avenue exit off of Hwy 101. The off-ramp becomes Veterans Boulevard. At the light, proceed straight for another quarter of a mile or so. Turn right on Middlefield Road.
Traveling northbound (coming from the south): Take the Woodside Road exit west (Hwy 84). Travel about a half mile, turn right on Middlefield Road, and then travel another half mile to Downtown.
Traveling from the north or south exit at Woodside Road (Hwy 84) and turn east. Continue east on Woodside Road for about three miles, then turn left on Middlefield Road.
Other regional transit:
BART: Transfer at the Millbrae station to Caltrain, which stops in the heart of downtown Redwood City.
San Francisco Bay Ferry (WETA)