Looking for help from the Faithful out there. Going to be going to the November 10th game vs Carolina with the family. Also, that same evening, going to be taking my daughter to a concert at the HP Pavilion. What I need to know is what is the expected travel time from Candlestick to HP Pavilion via car? Via Google Maps, it is a 47 minute drive, in normal traffic. Hoping someone out there can give me an estimate of how long it will take and if leaving early from the game may help. Also, what other methods could I use to make it a little quicker and not have to leave the game early.
Take 101-N to Golden Gate Bridge to Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, take 80-S to Coliseum BART station, take BART to Fremont-Warm Springs station, transfer to SVTA light rail take this to Santa Clara, find Jim Harbaugh at 49ers HQ, ask to bum a ride to HP Pavilion.
Originally posted by 99problems:
i have season tickets and live in san jose. takes about a hour and a half. TAKE 280 DO NOT TAKE 101 IT WILL TAKE 2.5 HOURS
This is good advice. Depends on where you park, if you park in the dirt lots you are screwed. Also consider caltrain, there is a station within walking distance to Candlestick and it goes right to HP pavilion, but then you have to be sure to leave your car somewhere where it won't get towed or locked in all night.
Thanks for all of the helpful information. I will use it to help me determine what route I take and time frame I am looking at. Yes, I am taking my daughter to see Selena Gomez, but she is Faithful and going to see her first 49ers game in the afternoon. If I left her at the HP Pavilion, I would never be forgiven.
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