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Baseball, Boats Make For Crowded Weekend in SF

Bring you patience if you are headed to San Francisco this weekend.



    Wild Day at America's Cup

    A wreck on the bay started the day at America's Cup world series 2012. (Published Friday, Aug. 24, 2012)

    Between baseball games and boats on the Bay, Caltrain is warning  riders to expect packed trains this weekend.

    The San Francisco Giants will play the Atlanta Braves at AT&T Park  through this weekend while boats compete on San Francisco Bay in the  America's Cup World Series Regatta.

    Caltrain will operate the extra service it provides for all  baseball games, but will not have additional service for America's Cup,  spokeswoman Christine Dunn said.

    Those traveling to and from San Francisco should anticipate  crowded trains and consider all transit options when planning their trip.  Transportation information is available at

    Day 3: America's Cup

    [BAY] Day 3: America's Cup
    America's Cup is underway. It's Day 3, and the catamarans will be racing again. Bob Redell reports.
    (Published Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012)

    The last train leaves San Francisco on Saturday at 12:01 a.m. and  on Sunday at 9:15 p.m.

    Tickets can be purchased at station vending machines or by using a  Clipper card. Riders can avoid lines at vending machines on the return trip  by buying a Day Pass.

    For information on Caltrain schedules and fares, go to or call (800) 660-4287.