Accessible Parking Services

All Airport parking facilities have convenient parking for vehicles displaying a:

  • DP (Disabled Person) license plate
  • DV (Disabled Veteran) license plate
  • Disabled Parking placard

The Domestic Garage has standard parking at all levels. Van accessible parking is available through . Follow signs to the Domesit Terminals Departures Level roadway, stay in the left lane, and turn left into the garage oppostie the Delta Air Lines curb.

International Garages A and G have standard and van accessible parking at all levels.

In Long-Term Parking, accessible parking spaces for standard and van accessible vehicles are located on the first (ground) floor. SFO's Long-Term Parking shuttle buses are accessible.

For more parking information, please see Overheight Accessible Vehicles and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.

 

AirTrain

SFO's is wheelchair accessible. Space designated for wheelchairs is located at each end of every AirTrain car, and elevator service is available at all AirTrain stations.

 

Ride-App Pick-Up

Terminal 2 and 3 guests requesting a wheelchair accessible vehicle may request curbside pickup where an ADA ramp is available. At Harvey Milk Terminal 1, vehicles may use the front side of a crosswalk to load the wheelchair ramp. Level 5 of the Domestic Garage is also ADA accessible. International Terminal guests should continue to proceed to the Departures/Ticketing Level center island Ride-App Pick-Up/Drop-Off zones 14-17 for both pick-ups and drop-offs.
 

Wheelchairs

竞彩足球投注Travelers requiring wheelchair assistance are encouraged to advise their airline of their needs when making flight arrangements. Upon arriving at the airport, travelers with wheelchair or other special service requests should approach an airline representative for assistance. 

At Domestic Terminals 1, 2, and 3, skycaps and/or airline staff can be approached at curbside and check-in areas. At the International Terminal, please proceed to your airline's assigned counter or dial 1-6207 from specially marked phones at all terminal entry doors.

Arrangements to and from other locations at SFO, including the Rental Car Center and the Grand Hyatt at SFO, should be made through your airline.

 

Mobile App to Help Travelers with Autism and Cognitive Special Needs

竞彩足球投注The MagnusCards® mobile app provides guidance about the airport experience.  View digital “Card Decks”, customized for SFO, which provide step-by-step instructions that take users through the activities associated with air travel such as check-in, security screening and aircraft boarding.  For more information about SFO's customized MagnusCards® deck, or to download the free app on Apple and Android devices, visit .

 

Ramps

Ramps are available throughout the public areas of the airport and terminals for easy mobility.

 

Companion Care Restrooms

Companion Care Restrooms for travelers needing companion assistance are located in all terminals, pre-security and post-security. For more information on companion care restrooms, visit the .

 

Service Animals

Service animals are allowed in the airport, terminals and AirTrain.  View for locations and more information.

 

TTY

竞彩足球投注Phone service for deaf and hard-of-hearing people is located on the Departures/Ticketing and Arrivals/Baggage Claim levels of the International Terminal, Harvey Milk Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 at Airport Information Booths. Free phone calls may be made to the 48 contiguous states via any Airport courtesy phone. Calls to Alaska, Hawaii and international destinations require a calling card. VRS Services are available at Airport Information Desks.

 

Visual Paging

竞彩足球投注SFO has visual paging screens in addition to audio paging services. Screens are located throughout the Airport and terminals. Paging services are available by calling 1.800.I.FLY.SFO or 650.821.8211. Select “2” for paging services.

 

Information About Accessible Travel

竞彩足球投注 offers authoritative information about air travel from the United States Department of Transportation. The guide helps travelers with disabilities prepare for the entire air travel experience, from planning a trip, to navigating airports and getting on and off planes.

has resources for planning a trip in and around San Francisco, as well as information on accessible transit options. Topics include getting around San Francisco via public transportation, paratransit services and accessible vehicle rentals.

 

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Title VI/§504 Complaint Process and Instructions

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