Minor Adjustments to Muni Service
During DPW’s Market Street Repaving Project
Market Street Between 6th Street and Van Ness Avenue
Friday Night, June 7, until Late Saturday, June 8
The San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) is scheduled to repave the curb lanes on Market Street between Van Ness Avenue and 6th Street beginning at 8 p.m. Friday, June 7, and continuing through Saturday, June 8. As a result, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), which manages the Municipal Railway (Muni), will adjust its service on Market Street.
Starting at 7 p.m. Friday, June 7, until the end of service on Saturday, June 8, the following buses or trolleys will travel on the center lanes on Market Street and stop at island stops instead of regular curb stops between these streets:
- 5 Fulton traveling to downtown: between McAllister & Hyde and Market & 6th streets
- 21 Hayes to Golden Gate Park: between Market & Hyde and Hayes & Larkin
- 71 Haight/Noriega to downtown: between 6th Street and 8th Street
During the same period, the 5 Fulton traveling downtown will be rerouted from McAllister and Hyde, turning right on Hyde and left on Market back to its regular route, missing the stops at McAllister and Leavenworth and stops on Market Street between 7th and 6th streets.
The 9 San Bruno traveling downtown will also be rerouted from 11th Street at Mission, turning left on Mission, right on South Van Ness and right on Market Street back to its regular route. Traveling to the Cow Palace, the 9 San Bruno will turn right on 10th, right on Mission, left on 11th back to its regular route.
On Saturday, June 8, the19 Polk travelling downtown will be rerouted from 7th Street and Mission, turning left on Mission, right on 9th Street/Larkin Street back to its regular route, missing the stops at Mission and 7th streets and Market and Hyde streets.
The F Line travels on the center lanes and service will not be interrupted.
During construction, bikes, trucks and automobiles will not be allowed to travel on Market Street from Van Ness Avenue to 6th Street; however the street will be open to taxis. There will be no work conducted at the intersections and cross traffic will not be affected.
For construction updates, visit DPW's roadwork page.