..Mission Bay Conference Center, home to the Geo-Loco conference, November 3rd, 2011

Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF
1675 Owens Street
San Francisco, CA 94143 – 3008 

Phone: 866.431.UCSF
For Geo-Loco contact, please call or
email Mark Evans at:




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Directions from the South Bay/San Francisco Airport:
From 101 North
• Exit onto Vermont Street.
• Turn right onto 16th Street and continue for 0.6 miles (crossing the railroad tracks that are under the I-280 overpass).
• Turn left onto Owens Street. 

From 280 North
• Exit at Mariposa Street and turn left.
• Turn right on Mississippi Street and go two blocks.
• Turn right onto 16th Street.
• Turn left onto Owens Street.

Directions from the East Bay/Bay Bridge:
• After crossing the Bay Bridge, exit at Fifth Street and turn left onto Harrison.
• Go one block, then turn left on 6th Street.
• Turn right on Brannan.
• Turn left on 7th and go straight until 16th Street.
• Turn left on 16th Street.
• Turn left onto Owens Street.

Directions from the North Bay/Golden Gate Bridge:
• After crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, drive east on 101 (Doyle Drive) towards downtown.
• Exit at Marina Boulevard and follow Marina Boulevard past Fort Mason.
• Turn left onto Bay Street.
• Turn right onto the Embarcadero.
• After passing under the Bay Bridge, the Embarcadero will become King Street.
• Turn left onto 3rd Street just past AT&T Baseball Park.
• Turn right on 16th Street.
• Turn right onto Owens Street.

Public Transportation
Muni – The T-Third Metro Line picks up at the 4th and King Street Caltrain Station as well as the Embarcadero BART station. The appropriate stop is the UCSF Mission Bay Station on 3rd Street opposite the campus. Find out more information about the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and the T-Third street route.

BART – Disembark at the “16th Street Mission” BART station. From this point, pick up the Red Line UCSF shuttle in front of the Burger King on the North-East corner of the intersection. The shuttle runs every 15 minutes and brings you to the William J. Rutter Center (2nd stop). Find out more information about BART. Learn more about the UCSF Shuttle.