UPDATE: Delay at Hyde has cleared. California Cable Car Line is resuming regular service. https://t.co/zAA87pNLFX (More: 39 in last 24hrs)

Moving SF Holiday & Muni Schedules

Monday, December 22, 2014

As 2014 comes to a close, the Moving SF team wishes you and yours a festive celebration and a dynamic New Year. We also want to take a moment to thank you for reading, subscribing and commenting. Your support during our inaugural year is greatly appreciated. We’re excited to expand our efforts to bring you more robust content in the new year.

Over the next two weeks, we will be taking a bit of a breather, publishing heavily from the SFMTA photo archive on a Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule.

We aren’t the only ones. Muni will also adjust its schedule around the Christmas and New Year holidays. Adjusting for reduced ridership during the next two weeks, Muni service will operate on a Sunday schedule on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. In addition, there will be no express service, including Richmond Express routes, NX Judah, 41 Union, and 88 BART Shuttle, on either day or on Friday, December 26 and Friday, January 2. Express service will operate on a reduced schedule Dec. 29 – 31. Please check details here.

Christmas and New Year days are two of the three days of the year when meters are not enforced. (The third is Thanksgiving Day, for you trivia buffs.) For further information on the holiday parking enforcement schedule, please check the SFMTA holiday parking enforcement page and the Port of San Francisco website.

Don’t forget, Muni wants to be your New Year’s Eve DD. Starting at 8 p.m., Wednesday, December 31, Muni will be free to get you to/from your NYE revelry.

Also, please be sure to check out our holiday shopping and safety release from last month—it’s got lots of good tips to ensure your holidays are festive and fun.

"GRACE" and snowflake graphics in white on a green-tone photo of an SF street. Followed by "For me, every hour is grace. And I feel gratitude in my heart each time I can meet someone and look at his or her smile. -Elie Wiesel, Happy Holidays, SFMTA"