Billboard Advertising San Francisco

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Market Profile
The Bay Area has the second densest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the US. 2800 Bay Area companies produce computers, semiconductor and related components, scientific instruments, and various other electronic systems and equipment. There are over 1377 life sciences companies based in the Bay Area, employing a workforce of 250,000. The large concentration of high-technology engineering, computer, and microprocessor companies around San Jose has led the area to be known as Silicon Valley.

The Union Square Business Improvement District’s (USBID), a 27-block area is home to approximately 6 million square feet of the city’s finest retail space and more than 12,500 hotel rooms. In addition, Union Square has many great restaurants, live theatre, fine art galleries, luxurious salons and day spas. Alcatraz, The Exploratorium, Fisherman’s Wharf, and the infamous Lombard Street attract visitors from around the world. The streets of Chinatown are packed with open-air markets, restaraunts, and souvenir shops. For those who want a deeper look at Chinatown’s fascinating history, the Chinese Culture Center offers a Chinese Heritage Walk.

San Francisco hosted 16.5 million visitors in 201. Visitor spending reached the highest ever in 2012, with more than $8.93 billion spent in local businesses. San Francisco International Airport had over 30 million passengers use its facility in 2012. Bay Area is home to San Jose Sharks (NHL), San Francisco 49ers (NFL), Oakland Raiders (NFL), Oakland A’s (MLB) San Francisco Giants (MLB), Golden State Warriors (NBA).

Interstates that flow through the San Francisco Bay Area include I-80, I-280, I-580. Other major highways include State Route 1, State Route 92, and State Route 101. San Francisco's Municipal Railway, known the world over as Muni, has served the citizens of San Francisco for over a century, literally rising from the ashes of the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906. Its colorful history is as unique as its fleet of buses, light rail vehicles, historic streetcars and iconic cable cars. Comprised of historic streetcars, biodiesel and electric hybrid buses, electric trolley coaches, light rail vehicles, paratransit cabs and vans, and the world-famous cable cars, Muni has one of the most diverse vehicle fleets in the world.

With an average weekday ridership of 173,500 passengers as of 2012, Muni Metro is the United States' third-busiest light rail system after Boston and Los Angeles, operating a fleet of 151 light rail vehicles (LRV) with an average weekday ridership of 173,500 passengers.

The Muni Metro system consists of 71.5 miles (115.1 km) of standard gauge track, seven light rail lines (six regular lines and one peak-hour line), three tunnels, nine subway stations, twenty-four surface stations and eighty-seven surface stops.

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) connects the San Francisco Peninsula with Oakland, Berkeley, Fremont, Walnut Creek, Dublin/Pleasanton and other cities in the East Bay. For more than 40 years BART has provided fast, reliable transportation to downtown offices, shopping centers, tourist attractions, entertainment venues, universities and other destinations for Bay Area residents and visitors alike.

Alameda County Transit Authority (AC Transit) buses connect with nine other public and private bus systems, 21 BART stations, six Amtrak stations, and three ferry terminals and includes 79 local lines within the East Bay, 30 Transbay lines to San Francisco and the peninsula and 5 All Nighter lines.

Approximately 1.5 million people live in AC Transit’s 364 square mile service area. Service area includes, Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, El Cerrito, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Richmond, San Leandro, San Pablo, Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, El Sobrante, Fairview, Kensington, Irvington, North Richmond, and San Lorenzo.

Marin Transit contracts with other providers, including Golden Gate Transit, Marin Airporter, MV Transportation and Whistlestop Wheels, for local bus and paratransit services.

SamTrans operates 49 bus routes throughout San Mateo County and into parts of San Francisco and Palo Alto. Millions of customers rely on SamTrans bus service each year to keep them on the move. Buses operated throughout a 446-square mile service area.

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) provides services throughout the county, including the municipalities of Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Saratoga and Sunnyvale.