If you are interested, this linked post has more on the motivation of this project.
This page has the links to all transit stop maps that have been completed so far. Bus line maps are generally best viewed zoomed into the 3rd tick mark on Google Maps; regional rail maps will vary. Heavy rail and subway light rail stations are marked by the logo of the transit agency that serves that station. Stations that share services (e.g. BART/Muni subway stations under Market Street), or stations that are close enough to facilitate a transfer, feature a joint logo to visually represent (and applaud) cooperation between agencies. Regardless of agency, bus stops and surface light rail stops are marked with the following icons (thanks to Steve for providing these):
|Bus stop: receives local service from one line|
|Bus stop: receives local service from multiple lines and/or is a transfer point|
|Bus stop: receives local/limited service from one line|
|Bus stop: receives local/limited service from multiple lines and/or is a transfer point|
|Surface light rail stop: receives service from one line|
|Surface light rail stop: receives service from multiple lines and/or is a transfer point|
Note on Notation: In San Francisco, stops for cable car lines and the F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar line will be marked using bus stop markers. For AC Transit, the so-called “rapid” lines (1R and 72R), which are really just well-branded limited bus service, will be marked with the “L” Marker, as are Muni’s limited bus stops.
Note on Overlaying Multiple Maps: Using any single map does not require a Google account, but overlaying individual line maps on top of each other does require a Google account. To overlay maps on top of each other, sign into your Google account, copy the long map link, add it to your bookmarked “My Maps” (at the Google Maps page), and then check any maps in the list you’d like to be displayed at once. The exact number of maps you’ll realistically be able to load will vary, depending on your computer.
Muni Metro (Light Rail):
Express Bus Routes:
All-Nighter Bus Routes: