Oakland International Airport
Oakland International Airport, also known as Metropolitan Oakland International Airport, is a public
airport located 7.4 km south of the central business district of Oakland, a city. One of three international
airports in the San Francisco Bay Area, airlines serving Oakland International provides service to
numerous destinations in the United States, as well as Europe and Mexico.
Oakland International Airport, photographed in June 2012.
(L) Transportation guide at the Oakland International Airport
(R) Smoking is prohibited within the area of 7.6 meters of enter-way, doors and windows.
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport, SFO, is an important international airport, located 21 kms south of
downtown San Francisco. The airport has flights to points throughout North America and is a major gateway
to Europe and Asia. It is the largest airport in the San Francisco Bay Area and the second busiest airport
in California after Los Angeles International Airport.
(L) A porch to the airport (R) A skylight of the San Francisco International Airport building
(L) Interior of the airport (M) Interior of the air train of San Francisco International Airport
(R) Rental Car Center Station of the air train
San Francisco International Airport is smoke-free. No smoking booth is provided in the terminal building.
Smoking restriction of the world airports
Air Train, San Francisco
Air Train is a fully automated people mover at San Francisco International Airport. The system was built
by Bombardier at a cost of US $430 million, and opened in 2003. The trains operate 24 hours a day on
two separate lines, covering a total of 10 kilometres. Air Train provides access to and from the international
and domestic terminals in a loop route, with the end of the track at the Rental Car- Center station.
An automated air train truck links the international and domestic terminals.
Air Train links five terminal buildings at San Francisco International Airport.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (Bart) is a rapid transit system serving San Francisco Bay Area. The heavy-rail
public transit and subway system connects San Francisco with other cities in East Bay and suburbs in
northern San Mateo County. Bart operates five lines on 167 kms$B!!(Bof track with 44 stations. An average
weekday rider-ship is 380,000 passengers, and a weekend day passenger is 310,000. Bart is the fifth-
busiest heavy rail rapid transit system in the United States.
A route map of Bart's transit systems
A Bart train is waiting for departure at San Francisco International Airport Station.
(L) Bart's map around the San Francisco International Airport ( M) The entrance to the Bart station platform
(R) A Bart train ticket: No gross change was observed since the time of 1982.
San Francisco International Airport Station and a ticket gate
Bart Train at the Aiprport terminal station and at Powell Station
A platform at the Powel Bart station
(L) Interior of Bart Train (R) A landscape along the Bart railway truck between the airport and downtown, SanFrancisco
Muni Metro is a pre-metro system, a tramway or light railway which includes segments built to rapid transit
standards, usually as part of a process of conversion to a metro railway, mainly by the construction of tunnels
in the central city area. It is serving San Francisco, operated by the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni).
Since an average weekday-passenger is 162,000, Muni Metro is the second-busiest light-rail system in the
United States.Muni Metro is the modern incarnation of the traditional streetcar system that served San Fran-
cisco, since the late 19th century. Alike many streetcar-lines in other cities, San Francisco also converted
street-car to buses. However, five lines survived, converting to be light-rail during the opening of the Market
Street Subway in 1980. The system underwent expansion, and completed in 2007. It started the first new
rail line in San Francisco in over half a century. The system consists of 115.1 km of standard gauge track,
seven light-rail lines, three tunnels, nine subway stations, 24 surface stations, and 87 surface stops.
(L) Ticket bending machine for Bart (R) A route map of Muni's transit system
Powell Muni station and a Muni-train
(L) A route map of five Muni's railway transit system posted at Powll station
(R) A guidance of the exit of Powell underground station
(L) Muni N-line train at Powel station (M) Muni's trucks in the subway underground section
(R) The train is going up to a surface level.
The eastern portal of the Sunset Tunnel in San Francisco: This picture shows an N-Judah train is entering the tunnel.
(L) Sunset tunnel of N-Judah line (M) The N-Judah truck between the Sunset tunnel and Duboce and Noe Street
(R) The N-Judah train runs on Judah Street.
(L) N-Judah train runs on Judah Street (R) Inside the N-Judah Muni train
N-Judah train runs on Judah Street to the terminal of Ocean Beach.
N-Judah Muni train is turning around at the end of Judah Street at Ocean Beach.
Market Street is a major transit artery through the city of San Francisco. Muni's buses, trolley buses, and
heritage streetcars (on the F Market line) share the street, while below the street the two-level Market Street
Subway carries Muni Metro and Bart.Ocean Beach runs along the West Coast of San Francisco, at the Pacific
Ocean. It is next to the Golden Gate Park. The Great Highway runs alongside the beach. The distance to the
downtown is about 12 kms, and it is easily accessible by N-Munu line. The beach is a part of the Golden Gate
National Recreation Area, which is administered by the National Park Service.
F Market and Wharves heritage streetcars
A Muni-bus running the town of San Francisco
A security protection of passengers was on the way at the San Francisco's Muni-bus.
(L) A meeting by police staff members was undergone at the entrance to underground station of Powell and Market streets.
(R) Tourists were waiting for the cablecar at the Powell and Market turntable.
(L) A ticket office at Powell and Market Street corner (R) A cable car on the Powell and Market turntable
(L) Powell-Hyde-line cablecar on Powell Street (R) Many tourists were enjoying a up-and -down cablecar ride on the Cisco's streets.
Powell Street at Union Square, San Francisco
Cablecar climbs uphill on the Powell Street, then, turn to the left to Jackson Street.
Cable car railway track is single ( one-way traffic ) on Jackson Street.
Cable Car Museum ( a brick building ) on the Washington Street at Mason
Powell-Hyde-line cablecar is crossing Lombard Street on Russian Hill. We can see Alcatraz Prison, in the distance.
A bay view from Russian Hill on a slope of Hyde Street
Powell-Hyde-line cablecar is going down on Hyde Street to the terminal at San Francisco Maritime, a national historic park.
(L) Turntable to rotate a cablecar at Aquatic Park near Ghiardelli Square (R) A grip-man and conductor of the cable car
One-day passport is valid for all railways and buses, except for Bart.
A city of San Francisco viewed from the Golden Gate Bridge
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All railway trains should be completely smoke -free.
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$B!!(BRailways in Helsinki, Finland
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$B!!(BVIA train, Vancouver to Jasper
$B!!(BAmtrak: Seattle to Glacier National Park
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$B!!(BSaint Petersburg Metro
$B!!(BSapsan, high-speed train of Russia
$B!!(BAllegro, high-speed train between Finland and Russia
$B!!(BRailways connecting Canberra and Sydney, Australia
$B!!(BGold Coast Light-Rail
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$B!!(BNarita Airport-City Rail Service
$B!!(BJapanese high-speed train 'Hayabusa'
$B!!(BJapanese high-speed train 'Super-Komachi'
Smoking ban in the railway trains of the world
Delta Aircraft is flying over the San Francisco Bay, going to land Oakland Airport( 14.57 min).
Delta Aircraft is flying over the San Francisco Bay, going to land Oakland Airport.( 19.53 min).
Air Train at San Francisco International Airport
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All photographs were taken in June 2012, and ,the article was written in July 2012,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.
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