|Cheapest Way||Train — $2|
|Fastest Way||Rideshare — 1h 5min|
|Eco-Friendly Way||Train — 5 lb CO2|
|Available Modes||4 modes — train, rideshare, shuttle and by car|
|Travel Companies||TransitAmerica Services, Lyft, Uber|
It's very common to take public transportation from SFO to San Jose. 4 public transportation providers, including TransitAmerica Services, can help take you to your destination.
Starting at SFO, you can hop on at Millbrae, Broadway and ride all the way to San Jose Diridon Station, College Park, Tamien (Caltrain).
The are 7 different ways across 4 unique modes of transportation to help you travel from SFO to San Jose. If you're only considering the price, you should check out the train out of Millbrae towards San Jose Diridon Station, as it is the cheapest to San Jose. It's common to find tickets for as low as $2. TransitAmerica Services operates from SFO to San Jose, so you book your trip with them! Rideshares are always on demand but are subject to surge pricing. Book when you need them!
The trip to San Jose is an excellent trip for the day or a nice trip for the weekend from SFO. The cheapest way to get from SFO to San Jose is $2 and the quickest way takes just 1 hour 12 minutes with the train. Heading to San Jose? Short trips to the airport do not usually require advance booking. Rideshares are generally ready for pickup when you are. If you need additionally transportation options, then you'll need at least 72 hours at the shortest to book other types of short airport connections, including shuttles, private vans, limousines, or private transfers to San Jose. You're in luck because Lyft or Uber are available at SFO. They are usually available on demand and should be available within 15 minutes of ordering. Our advice is once you pickup your bags, order your rideshare then. While you walk to the pickup point at SFO, San Francisco Intl, San Francisco, United States, your rideshare will be meeting you there, bumping you up in the queue. If you're arriving at peak rideshare hours (during commute hours or weekend evenings), you may experience surge pricing.