Directions to Oakland City Center
From Contra Costa County – Take Highway 24 west through the Caldecott Tunnel. Take Highway 980 south to the 11th Street exit. Turn left onto 11th Street and continue through three lights.
From Marin County – Take the San Rafael Bridge to Highway 580 and merge into to Interstate 80 West. At the San Francisco /Oakland Interchange, take Highway 580 East. Take the Highway 980/Downtown Oakland exit. Turn left onto 11th Street, and continue through three lights.
From Pleasanton/Livermore – Take Highway 580 to Oakland. Take the Downtown Oakland exit onto Highway 980. Continue to the 11th Street exit. Turn left onto 11th Street and continue through three lights.
From San Francisco/Bay Bridge- Take the Highway 580 exit. Take the Downtown Oakland exit onto Highway 980. Continue to the 11th Street exit. Turn left onto 11th Street and continue through three lights.
From the Oakland Airport – Take 880 North to the Broadway exit in Downtown Oakland. Make a right at the first light onto Broadway. Make a left onto 8th Street. Make a right onto Clay Street. Make a right on 11th Street.
City Center Garage – (510) 834-8282, which is located beneath City Center, accessed via entrances on 14th Street between 1300 Clay Street and 505 14th Street buildings, or via 11th Street just past Clay Street.
City Center Garage West – (510) 251-6320, which is located on the corner of 12th Street and Jefferson Street, and accessed via entrances on 12th Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Way (across from Preservation Park).
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) – BART is the Bay Area’s public transit system of high-speed electric trains, which connects Contra Costa, Alameda and San Francisco counties. The 12th Street/City Center BART station in downtown Oakland is located adjacent to City Center. After disembarking from the train, exit the station via the 13th Street exit. This exit opens onto the City Center Lower Plaza. From this entrance, follow the directional arrows to your destination building.
Alameda Oakland Ferry – The Alameda/Oakland Ferry is a great way to commute from San Francisco into Oakland’s City Center from locations around the San Francisco Bay. It takes about 12 minutes to walk from the Jack London Square ferry dock to 555 City Center. The ferry makes connections from the Ferry Building in San Francisco, PIER 39 in San Francisco, the City of Alameda and Angel Island State Park.
Bay Area Transit Options – Learn about various ways to get around the Bay Area for work and play at .