Google I/O is an outdoor event. While this is a big part of what makes it special, it also means there are a few things to consider. Sessions will happen inside of climate-controlled tents, but sunscreen, sunglasses, and layers for the evening are recommended as you explore the Sandbox and mingle with Googlers. I/O is a casual event, so keep this in mind while deciding what to wear.
Event shuttles will be provided to Google I/O attendees at no charge from all Google-recommended hotels and with select service from San Francisco and other locations along the Peninsula. Please check back in the coming weeks for pick-up schedules and additional locations.
Each pick-up location will have ADA accessible vehicles. Please indicate on your registration form if you have any ADA or special assistance requirements and the planning team will follow up with you directly.
Public transportation to the area is accessible via:
|Caltrain||Regional rail system|
|VTA||Light rail system servicing the South Bay|
|BART||Bay Area Rapid Transit|
Public transit doesn't go directly to Google I/O. Stay tuned over the coming weeks for exact transportation locations serviced by Google I/O event shuttles.
Bike parking will be available at Shoreline Amphitheatre. Recommended bike routes will be available in the coming weeks.
Alternatively, the Bay Area Bike Share program provides 24/7 access to shared bicycles in five service areas across the Peninsula. The closest location to Shoreline Amphitheatre is at 228 Charleston Road, Mountain View, CA 94043. More information regarding membership and pricing is available via the Bay Area Bike Share website.
Parking is very limited and available only in the Google I/O designated lots located across from Shoreline Amphitheatre along Shoreline Boulevard.
There is no event parking along Amphitheatre Parkway or Charleston Road. If you plan to drive, we recommend carpooling with other attendees due to limited parking availability at the venue. Preferred parking spaces will be available for cars containing 2 or more people.
We have room blocks at many local hotels. The list of hotels and room availability will be updated regularly. Please check back often and use the map below to find the hotel that’s best for you.
I/O features experiential learning, Google’s latest developer products, and talks from Google Product Managers & Engineers — plus a few surprises along the way.