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Beginning Jan. 26, travelers and airport employees will have a new transit option to connect them to the San Francisco International Airport, courtesy of a re-alignment of SamTrans’ Route 140 that is part of the bus agency’s upcoming service improvements.

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The new adjustments to Route 140 are part of the SamTrans Service Plan (SSP), the most comprehensive overhaul of bus service on the Peninsula in over a decade. The culmination of more than two years of public outreach, the SSP aims to improve efficiency, reliability and ridership by “doing more of what works, less of what doesn’t, and trying new things.”

Route 140 is an east-west line that serves the northern part of San Mateo County. After gathering feedback from the local community, SamTrans adjusted the route so that it now connects to the Rental Car Center at SFO. From there, passengers can hop on the nearby automated AirTran service for a free and quick trip to their terminal. For the cost of $2, SamTrans passengers can travel from points in Pacifica right to SFO’s doorstep. “SFO continues to lead environmental sustainability initiatives through our Transit First policy,” said Airport Director John L. Martin.

“SamTrans’ new service gives SFO passengers, and airport employees, a one-seat, commuter-oriented option that reduces greenhouse gasses. We applaud SamTrans for taking this forward-looking step.”

During peak times the bus will run every 30 minutes and it will also make connections to the San Bruno BART Station, giving passengers coming from, or headed to, San Francisco a way to connect with the new route as part of their travels. The first phase of the SSP came in August, when SamTrans’ launched its new Route ECR service on El Camino Real.

The ECR merged portions of SamTrans’ old 390 and 391 bus lines. Ridership on the weekday ECR has now surpassed the combined totals of the 390 and 391.Along with the changes to Route 140, nearly every bus line in the SamTrans network will be modified in some manner when the changes roll out later this month. The second phase of the SSP also includes two new shuttles in San Carlos and Pacifica, which will combine elements of on-call service with fixed-route scheduling.


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