SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT PARKING only $6 daily through BART program beginning August 13

A low-cost parking option for the San Francisco International Airport will be available for Bay Area Rapid Transit commuters starting Monday morning.

The program allows drivers to park their vehicles for $6 per day at selected BART parking lots, and then commute via BART to the airport, according to Lynette Sweet, president of BART board of directors.

The Federal Transit Administration approved the West Bay Airport/Long-term Permit Parking Program today, according to BART.

About 100 spaces will be available at the Colma, South San Francisco and San Bruno stations and 200 spaces at the Millbrae Station, according to Sweet.

The new West Bay parking program is mirrored after the East Bay/Long-term/Airport Parking Program, which charges $5 per day for long-term parking spaces at selected BART parking lots, according to BART.

Travelers can download parking permits from the BART website at To see a step-by-step demonstration on downloading permits visit

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