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Posted by / 04-Mar-2020 07:19

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Sales tax in California is 7.5 percent, and rises to 9 percent in Alameda County, including the City of Oakland.

The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) subway line has a Coliseum/Oakland Airport stop, which can be accessed from nearly every city in the Bay Area.

That’s almost 49 hours, and with rest stops, and city traffic at each end, we’re talking 3 full days. Greyhound does stop in Oakland, at 2103 San Pablo Avenue at Castro Street.

But the trip averages about 72 hours, depending on the run, and will require you to change buses 3, 4 or even 5 times. On Amtrak, you would leave Penn Station on the at PM on Monday, arrive at Union Station in Chicago at AM Central Time on Tuesday, and switch to the California Zephyr at PM, arriving at Emeryville, California at PM Pacific Time on Thursday. Then you'd have to get to downtown Oakland on the Number 26 bus, which would take almost an hour.

I would suggest checking the websites of the , for the forecasts.

Right now, all week, they're suggesting mid-60s for the afternoons, and mid-to-high '50s for the evenings.

(A return to Seattle would not be longer than New York to San Francisco.) In other words, if you’re going, you’re flying. Even if you get someone to go with you, and you take turns, one drives while the other one sleeps, and you pack 2 days’ worth of food, and you use the side of the Interstate as a toilet, and you don’t get pulled over for speeding, you’ll still need over 2 full days. Getting off I-80, you’ll need Exit 8A for I-880, the Nimitz Freeway – the 1997-rebuilt version of the double-decked expressway that collapsed, killing 42 people, during the Loma Prieta Earthquake that struck during the 1989 World Series between the 2 Bay Area teams.

From I-880, you’ll take Exit 37, turning left onto Zhone Way (no, that’s not a typo), which becomes 66th Avenue, and then turn right onto Coliseum Way.

Most Oakland street addresses aren't divided into north-south, or east-west.The official address of the Coliseum complex is 7000 Coliseum Way.If you’re driving in (either having come all the way across the country by car, or from your hotel in a rental), there are 4 major lots, and going clockwise from the north of the stadium they are A, B, C and D, each corresponding with an entry gate at the stadium.It takes about 20 minutes to ride either the Green (Fremont) or Blue (Dublin/Pleasanton) Line from downtown San Francisco to the Coliseum stop, and it will cost .15 each way – a lot more expensive than New York’s Subway, but very efficient.From downtown Oakland, it will take about 10 minutes on the Fremont Line, and cost

Most Oakland street addresses aren't divided into north-south, or east-west.

The official address of the Coliseum complex is 7000 Coliseum Way.

If you’re driving in (either having come all the way across the country by car, or from your hotel in a rental), there are 4 major lots, and going clockwise from the north of the stadium they are A, B, C and D, each corresponding with an entry gate at the stadium.

It takes about 20 minutes to ride either the Green (Fremont) or Blue (Dublin/Pleasanton) Line from downtown San Francisco to the Coliseum stop, and it will cost $4.15 each way – a lot more expensive than New York’s Subway, but very efficient.

From downtown Oakland, it will take about 10 minutes on the Fremont Line, and cost $1.85, cheaper than New York's (because, in this case, you would be staying not just on the Oakland side of the Bay but wholly within the City of Oakland).

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Most Oakland street addresses aren't divided into north-south, or east-west.The official address of the Coliseum complex is 7000 Coliseum Way.If you’re driving in (either having come all the way across the country by car, or from your hotel in a rental), there are 4 major lots, and going clockwise from the north of the stadium they are A, B, C and D, each corresponding with an entry gate at the stadium.It takes about 20 minutes to ride either the Green (Fremont) or Blue (Dublin/Pleasanton) Line from downtown San Francisco to the Coliseum stop, and it will cost $4.15 each way – a lot more expensive than New York’s Subway, but very efficient.From downtown Oakland, it will take about 10 minutes on the Fremont Line, and cost $1.85, cheaper than New York's (because, in this case, you would be staying not just on the Oakland side of the Bay but wholly within the City of Oakland).

.85, cheaper than New York's (because, in this case, you would be staying not just on the Oakland side of the Bay but wholly within the City of Oakland).

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As with the rest of California, Oakland is in the Pacific Time Zone, 3 hours behind New York. Whatever attendance problems the A's and the Raiders are having in the Coliseum, the W's seem to be doing just fine: Last season, they averaged 19,596 fans per home game, a sellout. Seats in the lower level, the 100 sections, are $114 to $168 between the baskets, $56 to $155 behind them.