Hi Mooviters and “Swifties”🎤,
Going to Taylor Swift’s concerts this weekend at Levi’s Stadium?
Avoid crazy traffic and parking, and arrive in style with public transit!
The stadium is easily accessible by VTA Light Rail and Bus Service. Don’t live near a VTA station? Take a combo of Bart & VTA or Caltrain & VTA.
VTA, Bart, and Caltrain are all offering additional service to get you home safely. see details below.
Use Moovit’s Trip planner, just type in “Levi’s Stadium” to get the best transit options from your location with real-time departures and service alerts!
Plan your trip in advance by setting your desired departure time or arrival time.
The concerts are located at Levi’s Stadium. VTA has a few great options that get you right near the stadium.
Light Rail: Orange Line & Green Line
Bus: 55, 57, & 59
VTA will run extra Light Rail and Bus service for up to an hour following the event. Swifties are encouraged to reach their return stop location immediately following the event.
Use Moovit to see full-time tables.
BART will run extra trains for the Taylor Swift Eras Tour concerts on Friday, July 28, 2023 and Saturday, July 29, 2023. Swifties can rely on BART plus VTA to get to Levi’s Stadium by transit and avoid traffic.
Fans will transfer from BART at Milpitas Station to VTA’s Orange Line and ride to VTA’s Great America Station, located on the North side of Levi’s Stadium.
BART and VTA staff will be in communication to ensure riders are not left stranded.
BART will have extra security and station staff to help people get around. Safety parking lot escorts will be available after midnight for the special service.
What You Need to Know About the Ride Home
BART will run its normal last train of the evening leaving Milpitas at 11:51 pm, making all regular stops.
BART will run two special event service limited-stop trains that will depart Milpitas Station at around 12:30 am serving limited stops after regular BART service ends both nights.
The late-night limited service will pick up riders at Milpitas Station with stops only at the following East Bay stations, the train will skip all other stations without stopping:
- Bay Fair
- Pleasant Hill
- El Cerrito del Norte
|Station||Special Event Limited Stop Trains|
|Milpitas||Departs at 12:30 AM & 12:35 AM|
|Bay Fair||Arrives at 1:06 AM & 1:11 AM|
|MacArthur||Arrives at 1:27 AM & 1:32 AM|
|El Cerrito del Norte||Arrives at 1:42 AM|
|Pleasant Hill||Arrives 1:46 AM|
These four East Bay stations have large parking lots located near the freeway. Riders who know they want to stay until the very end of the show, even if it runs beyond 11 pm, should park their cars or arrange pick-up at one of these four stations. Use the timetable above to share your pick-up time.
These special limited-stop trains will be labeled “Limited Stop to El Cerrito” and “Limited Stop to Pleasant Hill.”
Riders coming from San Francisco should take Caltrain home or ensure they take the 11:51 pm BART train home. Caltrain is offering an 11:33 pm train from Mountain View to San Francisco and a post-concert special service train 75 minutes after the show ends. BART is not keeping any San Francisco stations open beyond normal closing hours due to the lack of parking lots at SF stations and because Caltrain is providing this special service.
Taylor Swift’s fans are legendary public transit users. Caltrain can get Swifties to Mountain View Station where they can transfer to VTA light rail to Levi’s Stadium.
Post-Concert Northbound – Service Mountain View to San Francisco:
- Northbound 145 – 11:33 PM
- Swifty Special will depart Mountain View 75 minutes after the end of the show.
Post-Concert Southbound – Service Mountain View to San Jose Diridon/Tamien:
- Southbound 138 – 10:48 PM
- Southbound 140 – 11:18 PM
- Southbound 142 – 11:44 PM
- Southbound 144 – 12:15 AM
- Southbound 146 – 1:18 AM
You Ride, We Guide,
The USA Moovit Team