SFMTA Updates Muni Service Plan for Wednesday Morning

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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), which manages transportation in the city, including the Municipal Railway (Muni), has announced an updated Muni service plan for Wednesday morning’s commute. Although light rail lines and bus routes will return to their regular routes for the morning commute, customers should continue to monitor media news outlets and real-time Muni updates for information about service.

For real-time Muni updates during the week, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., and special events, follow us on www.twitter.com/sfmta_muni or sign up for e-mail or text alerts atwww.sfmta.com.

This morning BART is still accepting customers with a valid Muni proof of payment between Daly City and Embarcadero stations. Muni customers are advised to go to the BART Station Agent gate to request entrance to the BART system rather than tagging their Clipper card.

Muni Service

Muni Metro (J Church, K Ingleside, L Taraval, M Ocean View, N Judah, T Third)

All Muni Metro rail lines will operate on their regular routes and continue to operate with two-car trains to maximize capacity.

Muni Bus Service

  • All Limited routes will be in operation.
  • All Express routes will be in operation, along with the 88-BART Shuttle and the 3 Jackson.

The cable cars are not in operation. Cable car lines will continue to be covered by limited bus shuttle service.

The F Market & Wharves Line will continue to operate only between Fisherman’s Wharf and the Ferry Building. For service along Market Street, please use Muni Metro.

Transportation Options

Biking or Walking

In addition to transit, carpooling and parking, the SFMTA recommends that commuters consider bicycling and walking when these options are viable. If you plan to use a bicycle for your commute, a map of bicycle routes is available on sfmta.com.


For information about off-street parking garages or lots, visit sfmta.com.

Taxi Service

Evening taxi stands are at downtown hotels. A map of the hotel stands is available on sfmta.comAdditional information about official San Francisco taxis is also available on our website. Most San Francisco taxis can be accessed through the Flywheel smartphone app.


San Francisco’s Department of the Environment has sustainable commuting resources for individuals and businesses.

Other options include flexible work hours to avoid the peak commuting periods and telecommuting.