Free parking is available in the parking lot in front of the Google Event Center, as well as the two parking structures in the vicinity.
There are 3 main airports serving the San Francisco Bay Area
- San Francisco International Airport (SFO) 1 hour from the Google Event Center
- Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) 15 minutes from Google Event Center
- Oakland International Airport (OAK) over 1 hour from Google Event Center
There are no free shuttle services between the airports and Google, or the suggested hotels. If you need transportation between the airport and Google/hotels, we suggest one of the taxi or shuttle services listed below. You can connect to the CalTrain - our commuter rail line - from the SFO airport, which will take you to Mountain View, but please budget a lot of time for multiple connections and you'll need to find transportation between the Mountain View CalTrain station and the hotels. There is a light rail connector from the San Jose Airport and the Mountain View CalTrain station to the Google Event Center (where the workshop is held). Please see the Public Transportation section for more resources on how to navigate the public transportation system.
With a Car
Free parking is available on site.
With a Carpool
Summit attendees will have the opportunity to reach out to each other to set up carpools to and from the event.
With Taxis, Car & Shuttle Services
Below are some taxi, car & shuttle service options. Please note that Google Earth Outreach does not endorse any of the below services and can not take responsibility for the pricing, comfort or availability of these services.
- Super Shuttle: 1-800-258-3826
- AAA Legacy Town Car Service: 650-493-3350
- Metro Taxi Cab: 650-260-5615
- Yellow Checker Cab: 650-321-1234
- Yellow Cab Bay City: 650-669-0101
- California Taxi: 650-947-1234
- Palo Alto Taxi: 650-322-999
Lyft, Uber, and other ride-sharing services can be used as well.
With Public Transportation
BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)
BART is a rapid transit system serving the San Francisco Bay Area. The heavy-rail public transit and subway system connects San Francisco with the San Francisco airport (SFO), cities in the East Bay and suburbs in northern San Mateo County, however it does not run to Mountain View. In order to travel to Mountain View via public transportation, you'll need to take CalTrain.
CalTrain is a commuter rail line on the San Francisco Peninsula and Silicon Valley. You can use CalTrain to connect to Light Rail, to reach the Google Event Center.