All About Commuting from Fremont, California
Why are Bay Area residents choosing Fremont as their home base? Because our city offers an ideal blend of urban-suburban living, and our convenient location provides easy access to the entire Bay Area. Whether you’re commuting daily or venturing out for occasional meetings, there are plenty of ways to get from Fremont to the rest of the Bay Area.
The two most efficient ways to commute from Fremont to other points in the Bay Area are by BART and by car. The Asher is an easy 10-minute walk from the Fremont BART station, where you have access to the green and orange lines. If you’re traveling by car, I-680 and I-880 will get you to most Bay Area destinations. Keep in mind that if you’re able to carpool, or if you drive a qualifying clean-air vehicle (CAV), you’ll have access to express lanes on all Bay Area bridges and on many Bay Area corridors, and you’ll be eligible for reduced toll rates.
Here’s what you need to know about commuting from Fremont and Asher apartments to major Bay Area destinations, including estimated travel and driving times:
San Francisco (downtown):
By BART (50 minutes): Take the green line from Fremont Station to Civic Center / UN Plaza.
By car (53 minutes): Take I-880 North to 80 West.
By BART (30 minutes): Take the green line from Fremont Station to Milpitas Station.
By car (30 minutes): Both I-680 and I-880 will get you from Fremont to San Jose.
By BART (1 hour, 10 minutes): Take the Orange-S line from Fremont Station to Warm Springs / South Fremont, transfer to Milpitas Station, and take the Orange line to Wishman Station.
By car (30 minutes): Take the I-880 South to CA-237 West.
By car (29 minutes): Take CA-84 West to US-101.
By car (30 minutes): Take CA-84 West to Redwood City.