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SFMTA Weekend Transit and Traffic Advisory

Thursday, June 21, 2018
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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) releases the following upcoming event-related traffic and transit impacts for this weekend, Friday, June 22 through next Thursday, June 28, 2018. Anyone traveling in San Francisco can check www.sfmta.com or call 311 to find out which of the 83 Muni lines will get them where they want to go.  All road users are encouraged to be aware, share the roadway and to follow all rules to ensure everyone’s safety.  Whether you are riding Muni, taking a taxi, walking, riding a bike or driving, please remain vigilant to keep everyone safe. If you see suspicious activity, please report it.

For real-time updates, follow us on www.twitter.com/sfmta_muni or visit http://www.sfmta.com/signup to sign up for real-time text messages or email alerts.

For details of Muni re-routes, visit http://www.sfmta.com/news/alerts.  This website will be updated when it is closer to the event date.

For additional notifications and agency updates, subscribe to our blog, Moving SF for daily or weekly updates.

For more information on using Clipper on Muni, please visit clippercard.com/muni.

MAJOR TRANSIT IMPACT BEGINS: Twin Peaks Tunnel Improvements Project

Beginning Monday, June 25, the Twin Peaks Tunnel will be closed for approximately two months.  With 100 years of service under its belt, the Twin Peaks Tunnel is in need of extensive interior work to continue to operate safety and reliably for years to come.

The vital part of our transit system connects Castro Station to West Portal Station and serves 80,000 K Ingleside, L Taraval and M Ocean View customers every day.

The tunnel's infrastructure, including the tracks, walls and drainage systems, must be maintained in a timely manner to keep up with the demands of the Muni system. Twin Peaks Tunnel is currently under a speed restriction, which slows down trains as they travel through.  Replacing the tracks will lift the tunnel’s speed restriction and keep trains running reliably through the system.  Seismic reinforcements will better protect the tunnel’s overall structure and stability.

Construction is expected to start on Monday, June 25 with a continuous closure of the tunnel for approximately two months.  Work will take place 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  During the closure, Forest Hill and West Portal stations will be closed.  The K Ingleside will travel on a shortened route and the bus service will run for the L Taraval and M Ocean View lines.  Nx buses will not operate during the closure, but there will be additional train service on N Judah line.

Below are details of transit changes:

  • Starting Monday, June 25, for two months, the Twin Peaks Tunnel, West Portal Station and Forest Hill Stations will be closed.
  • K trains will run a shortened route between Sloat/St. Francis and Balboa Park. Once K Ingleside trains reach Balboa Park, they will continue downtown as J Church trains.
  • L buses will run instead of trains between the SF Zoo and Church Station.
  • M buses will run instead of trains between Balboa Park and Church Station
  • L and M Buses will stop at both Castro and Church stations where customers can transfer to and from Muni Metro underground.
  • M and K customers going downtown are encouraged to transfer to BART at Balboa Park. Free BART tickets to Embarcadero will be available Monday through Friday, from 6 to 10 a.m.
  • Forest Hill Shuttle will connect Forest Hill to West Portal.
  • For Forest Hill Station, use L bus or Forest Hill Shuttle only.
  • For West Portal Station, use M bus or Forest Hill Shuttle only.

Additional information of project:

For more information, visit sfmta.com/twinpeaks.

Trans March

Friday, June 22:  The annual Trans March will take place.  Prior to the march, there will be a brunch and rally in Dolores Park. The march will start at 6 p.m. at Dolores and 18th streets and culminate at Turk and Taylor streets. For more details, visit http://www.transmarch.org/.

The following street closures will be required from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday:

  • Taylor Street between Turk and Eddy streets
  • Northern Lane of Turk between Mason and Taylor streets

Traffic along Market Street is expected to be very congested during the march. Motorists are advised to allow extra travel time or to use alternate routes.

The following Muni lines and routes will be affected:  F Market; J Church; 5 Fulton; 5R Fulton Rapid; 6 Haight/Parnassus; 7 Haight/Noriega; 7R Haight/Noriega Rapid; 9 San Bruno; 9R San Bruno Rapid; 19 Polk; 21 Hayes; 22 Fillmore; 33 Ashbury/18th; 47 Van Ness; 49 Van Ness/Mission; 7 Haight/Noriega; and 7R Haight/Noriega Rapid.

Dyke March

Saturday, June 23:  The 26th annual Dyke March and pre-event festivities at Dolores Park.

The march will begin at 5 p.m. and will proceed from Dolores Street along 18th Street to Valencia Street to 16th Street, Market Street, Castro Street, back onto 18th Street and end at Dolores Park.

For more details, please visit http://www.thedykemarch.org/.

The following street closures will be required from 9 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.:

  • Dolores Street between 17th and 20th streets
  • Intersections: Dolores Street at Dolores Terrace, Dorland, 19th, and Cumberland Streets
  • Local Access: 19th Street; Cumberland Street; 18th Street between Guerrero and Dolores; 20th Street between Dolores and Church

Extra Metro Service

Service on the K Ingleside, T Third, L Taraval and M Ocean View lines will be provided by two-car trains.

The following Muni lines and routes will be affected:  F Market & Wharves; J Church; 22 Fillmore; 24 Divisadero & Owl; 33 Ashbury/18th; 35 Eureka; 37 Corbett; and 55 16th Street.

San Francisco Pride Celebration

Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24:  From noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, the annual San Francisco Pride Celebration will be held at the Civic Center Plaza. For details on weekend festivities, visit http://www.sfpride.org/.

Attendees should expect delays entering the Civic Center Plaza as there will be metal detectors, a combination of walk-through machines and hand-held wands, at all entry points into the plaza on both Saturday and Sunday. All bags will be searched and bags larger than 18 inches by 18 inches will not be permitted.

For further details on security measures, visit http://www.sfpride.org/celebration-security/

People are encouraged to sign up for the city’s emergency text notifications by texting (415) 888-7777 with the message “alertsf.”

Street Closures

The following street closures will be required:

Starting at 9 a.m., Thursday and continuing until 3 p.m., Monday:

  • Fulton Street between Hyde and Larkin streets
  • Grove Street between Polk and Larkin streets

Starting at 7 p.m., Thursday and continuing until 6 a.m., Monday:

  • Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place between McAllister and Grove streets

Starting at 9 a.m., Friday and continuing until 6 a.m., Monday:

  • Grove Street between Hyde Street and Van Ness Avenue
  • Larkin Street between McAllister and Market streets

Starting at 8 p.m., Friday and continuing until 6 a.m., Monday:

  • Dr. Tom Waddell Place between Van Ness Avenue and Polk Street
  • Polk Street between Grove and Market streets
  • McAllister Street between Van Ness Avenue and Leavenworth Street
  • Hyde Street between McAllister and Grove streets

Starting at 8 p.m., Saturday and continuing until 6 a.m., Monday:

  • Continuum Place from Golden Gate Avenue to Terminus
  • Elm Street between Van Ness Avenue and Polk Street
  • Golden Gate Avenue between Van Ness Avenue and Leavenworth Street
  • Hyde Street between Turk and McAllister streets
  • Larkin Street between Turk and McAllister streets
  • Polk Street between Turk and McAllister streets
  • Redwood Street between Polk Street and Van Ness Avenue

Starting at 12:01 a.m., Sunday and continuing until 5 p.m., Sunday:

  • Leavenworth Street between McAllister and Market streets
  • Sutter Street between Sansome and Market streets
  • Sansome Street (northbound lane only) between Bush and Sutter streets

All northbound traffic coming from 9th Street will be directed to use Hayes Street to either Van Ness Avenue or Franklin Street. Southbound traffic on Polk Street should use Golden Gate Avenue to Hyde Street until Saturday evening when both Hyde Street and Golden Gate Avenue will be closed.

Motorists are encouraged to avoid the Civic Center area on Saturday and Sunday as there will be extreme congestion.

Event participants are strongly encouraged to take public transportation as parking and traffic will be extremely difficult.

Bicycle valet will be available at McAllister and Hyde.

All Muni Metro trains will stop at Civic Center station for the Pride Celebration and Parade, as well as at Powell and Montgomery stations for the Pride Parade.

Muni Impacts

Due to street closures in the Civic Center area during the Pride Parade and Celebration, the following muni routes will be affected until 6 a.m., Monday:  5 Fulton (except Friday); 19 Polk; and 21 Hayes

Temporary Taxi Stands

FOR SECURITY REASONS ALL TAXI DRIVERS MUST STAY WITH THEIR VEHICLE WHILE PARKED IN THE TEMPORARY TAXI STANDS

From 10 a.m., Saturday, June 23 through 9 p.m., Sunday, June 24, there will be limited number of spaces at these locations:

  • The west side of Van Ness, in front of City Hall, 8 spaces;
  • The north side of Turk Street, east of Polk Street, 5 spaces

Muni Fare

Muni customers are strongly encouraged to purchase their fare in advance or use Clipper Card to attend this event.

Customers using Bay Area public transportation systems are strongly encouraged to purchase their fares in advance or use Clipper® Card to attend the event. Customers using a Clipper Card receive 50 cents off an adult single ride when transferring to Muni from BART, Golden Gate Ferry and Transit, and San Francisco Bay Ferry routes (Oakland-Alameda, Harbor Bay and Vallejo). Golden Gate Ferry and Transit and San Francisco Bay Ferry provide the same discount on return trips. To learn more about transfer discounts, please visit transfer discounts.

For more information on using Clipper on Muni, please visit clippercard.com/muni.

Muni customers may also use MuniMobile, an official SFMTA app, to save time by instantly buying tickets for Muni bus, rail, cable car, and paratransit services on their iPhone and Android devices. Tickets can be purchased through a credit/debit card or PayPal account for individual or multiple riders on one smartphone. Customers can buy tickets ahead of time and activate when they are ready to ride - with MuniMobile, your phone is your fare.

Single Ride Muni Fare

A single ride fare on Muni is good for 90 minutes of travel, whether it be on a single route or a trip with multiple transfers across buses and light rail. Customers who purchase their fares in advance using a Clipper® Card or to use the official SFMTA app, MuniMobile, can save 25 cents per trip.

For more details visit https://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/transit/fares-passes/single-rides-transfers.

Muni Ticket Sales

Muni one-way and round-trip tickets will be sold on Sunday at Civic Center Station East and West from Noon to 7 p.m.

All Muni service will be provided at the regular fare:

  • $2.75 for adults (age 19-64)
  • $1.35 for seniors (ages 65 and older), youth (5-18)
  • $1.35 for people with disabilities
  • All single ride fares paid for by cash or Clipper Card will receive the regular 90-minute transfer

To expedite boarding on Muni vehicles and to receive single-ride discount, customers are encouraged to use their Clipper cards or to purchase ticket by using MuniMobile App.

Proof-of-payment will be in effect on all Muni service.

Muni Providing Extra Metro Service to the San Francisco Pride Parade

Sunday, June 24:  The annual San Francisco Pride Parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. from the lower Market Street formation area. The parade will commence at Market and Beale streets and proceed west on Market Street to Hyde and 8th streets, where it will disband on 8th Street.

At 9 a.m. Market Street from Steuart Street to Van Ness Avenue will be closed for the parade. All intersections will be closed to cross traffic during the parade, which is scheduled to end at approximately 5 p.m. As each section of Market Street is cleaned by the San Francisco Public Works personnel, it will be reopened.

The following streets comprise the formation area will be closed beginning at 6 a.m. Traffic on the cross streets will be allowed to continue, subject to delays, except when parade units are actually crossing the intersections:

  • Beale Street from Market to Folsom streets
  • Main Street from Market to Folsom streets
  • Spear Street from Market to Folsom streets
  • Steuart Street from Market to Folsom streets
  • Market Street from Beale to Steuart streets

Muni lines that normally operate on Market Street will be rerouted to Mission Street.

Mission Street between The Embarcadero and Van Ness Avenue will be posted as “Tow Away/No Parking” and will be restricted to transit, taxis, and bicycles only.  Both Van Ness Avenue and The Embarcadero will be open for through traffic.

Extra Metro Service

Service on the K Ingleside, T Third, L Taraval and M Ocean View lines will be provided by two-car trains.

Muni Impacts

Service that normally travels on or crosses Market Street will be affected by the parade. The following lines and routes will be affected: E Embarcadero; F Market & Wharves; 2 Clement; 3 Jackson; 5 Fulton; 6 Haight/Parnassus; 7 Haight/Noriega; 8 Bayshore; 9 San Bruno; 10 Townsend; 12 Folsom; 14 Mission; 14R Mission Rapid; 19 Polk; 21 Hayes; 25 Treasure Island; 27 Bryant; 30 Stockton; 31 Balboa; 38 Geary; 38R Geary Rapid; 45 Union/Stockton; and 76X Marin Headlands Express.

Early morning bus service on the following Metro lines will also be affected:  K Ingleside; M Ocean View; N Judah; and T Third.

Traffic is expected to be very congested in downtown San Francisco throughout the weekend. For Muni transit information, visit www.sfmta.com.  For regional transit information, visit www.511.org.

Monday, June 21 through next Thursday, June 28:  The San Francisco Giants will play seven home games at AT&T Park.  Listed below are opposing teams and start times for these games:

  • Thursday, June 21 through Sunday, June 24:  Four games against San Diego Padres:  1)  7:15 p.m., Thursday, June 21; 2)  7:15 p.m., Friday, June 22; 3)  1:05 p.m., Saturday, June 23; and 4)  1:05 p.m., Sunday, June 24.
  • Tuesday, June 26 through Thursday, June 28:  Three games against Colorado Rockies:  1)  7:15 p.m., Tuesday, June 26; 2)  7:15 p.m., Wednesday, June 27; and 3)  12:45 p.m., Thursday, June 28.

For more event details, please visit http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com.

Muni Service to AT&T Park

The following Muni service will be available to and from the event:  E Embarcadero; T Third; N Judah; Metro Ballpark Shuttles; 10 Townsend; 30 Stockton; 45 Union and 47 Van Ness.

The SFMTA will provide additional train service of Metro “ballpark shuttles” to the existing N Judah and T Third service to the ballpark.

Options for Buying Muni Tickets

Muni Ticket Sales

  • Muni customers can purchase one-way Muni transfers at the AT&T Park ticket windows located at 2nd and King streets and Willie Mays Plaza. Transfers will be sold from two hours before the game until the game begins, and again from the beginning of the 7th inning until 30 minutes after the game ends.
  • Baseball fans transferring from BART may purchase round trip Muni transfer tickets at the Embarcadero Station two and a half hours prior to the start time of the game.
  • Transfers will be valid for up to two hours after the end of event.

Muni Ticket Sales - In Person

Muni customers may purchase their fare in advance on-board vehicles and at any Muni ticket vending machine.

Use of Clipper® Card

Event participants are encouraged to use Clipper® Card to get to AT&T Park. Customers using Bay Area public transportation systems are strongly encouraged to purchase their fares in advance or use Clipper® Card to attend the event. Customers using a Clipper Card receive 50 cents off an adult single ride when transferring to Muni from BART, Golden Gate Ferry and Transit, and San Francisco Bay Ferry routes (Oakland-Alameda, Harbor Bay and Vallejo). Golden Gate Ferry and Transit and San Francisco Bay Ferry provide the same discount on return trips.

To learn more about transfer discounts, visit transfer discounts.

For more information on using Clipper on Muni, visit clippercard.com/muni.

Purchase Muni Fare using MuniMobile

Event participants may use MuniMobile, an official SFMTA app, to save time by instantly buying tickets for Muni bus, rail, cable car, and paratransit services on their iPhone and Android devices. Tickets can be purchased through a credit/debit card or PayPal account for individual or multiple riders on one smartphone. Customers can buy tickets ahead of time and activate when they are ready to ride - with MuniMobile, your phone is your fare.

Purchase Single Ride Muni Fare Electronically

Muni customers who purchase fares in advance using a Clipper® Card or use the official SFMTA app, MuniMobile, can save 25 cents per trip.  A single ride fare on Muni is good for 90 minutes of travel, whether it be on a single route or a trip with multiple transfers across buses and light rail.

For more details visit https://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/transit/fares-passes/single-rides-transfers.

Other Transportation to AT&T Park

Taxi Service

Temporary taxi stands for the event will be in place at the following locations:

  • East side of 2nd Street between King and Townsend streets, seven spaces
  • West side of 2nd street between King and Townsend streets, two spaces
  • West side of 2nd street between Townsend and Brannan streets, five spaces
  • West side of 3rd street between King and Townsend streets, five spaces

Transbay Service

Event participants can also take a ferry to AT&T Park:

Ferry will depart promptly 30 minutes after the final out.

For directions going to AT&T Park by various means of transportation, please visit the Giants website at http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com.

For regional transit information for BART, Caltrain and the ferries as well as traffic, please go to www.511.org.

Special Event Parking Rates

During baseball games and other events at AT&T Park, parking meters close to the ballpark will charge a special event rate of $7 per hour. These rates help make more parking spots available in South Beach and Mission Bay and help reduce congestion by discouraging circling for free or cheap parking near the ballpark.

For more information and a map of the special event rate area, visit https://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/drive-park/demand-responsive-pricing/event-pricing-evening-metering.

Sunday Parking

On Sunday, June 24, parking meters in the Special Event Zone near AT&T Park will be enforced.

Garage Parking

If public transit is not a preferred option to attend the event, participants may consider parking in the City’s garages at Moscone Center Garage located at 255 3rd Street or at Fifth & Mission Parking Garage located at 833 Mission Street.  Both garages are about 15-20 minute walk from AT&T Park.  Parking at these garages will be available in the afternoon and evening on most days.  Rates listed are per hour:

Moscone Center Garage*

  • Noon to 3 p.m.:                     $5.50
  • 3 to 6 p.m.:                             $2.00
  • 6 p.m. to Closing:                 $1.00

*Garage closes at 9 p.m., Sunday; at 12 a.m., Monday through Thursday; and at 2:30 a.m., Friday and Saturday.  For more details, visit Moscone Center Garage.

Fifth & Mission Parking Garage**

  • 6 a.m. to Noon:                     $3.00
  • Noon to 6 p.m.:                     $4.00
  • 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.:                    $3.00

**Garage is open 24/7.  For more details, visit Fifth & Mission / Yerba Buena Garage.

As a reminder to fans, in order to reduce congestion on city streets after all events at AT&T Park, the SFMTA will close eastbound King Street between 3rd and 2nd streets from the seventh inning until after the post-game traffic has died down.  Additionally, the northbound portion of the 4th Street (Peter R. Maloney) Bridge will be closed to all traffic except streetcars, buses, taxis and bicycles during the post-game period. Giants fans parked south of Mission Creek Channel who are heading north of the channel are encouraged to exit to the south along 3rd or 4th streets in order to avoid congestion on King and 3rd streets after AT&T Park events.

For details about transit service to AT&T Park, including connections from Bay Area transit systems to Muni, visit http://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/destinations/att-park.

For more event details, visit http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com.

CONSTRUCTION WORK AND OTHER UPDATES

UPDATE:  Van Ness Improvement Project

The Van Ness Improvement Project is a civic improvement project that will bring San Francisco’s first Bus Rapid Transit system. To maximize the benefits of construction, the City will also be replacing major utilities including water, sewer and emergency firefighting water systems.  Work will also be done to repave Van Ness Avenue, enhance streetlights and landscaping, and install new sidewalk lighting and rain gardens.

Traffic lanes on Van Ness Avenue have been shifted to create two construction zones for upcoming utility work.  Because some of this work requires reducing Van Ness Avenue to one lane in each direction, some work is limited to nighttime hours.  Neighbors will be notified of night noise 72-hours in advance of night work.

Friday, June 22, between the hours of 8 p.m. and 7 a.m.:

  • From Ellis to O’Farrell streets: Crews are scheduled to work on water main installation.
  • From Turk to McAllister streets: Crews are scheduled to work on updating the emergency firefighting water system. Disruptive noise is expected.

Neighbors are advised to anticipate construction-related noise, as crews work diligently to complete necessary night work.

For more project details and the latest construction updates, visit sfmta.com/vanness.

UPDATE:  Central Subway Project

Construction of the 4th and Brannan streets surface station platform is ongoing.  Until further notice, traffic reroutes will remain in effect.

Sewer replacement work continues at night at 4th and Howard streets. Work hours are from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Two through lanes are in place southbound 4th Street. Westbound traffic on Howard Street may be impacted.  Utility work on Folsom Street between 4th and 5th streets may occur between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., reducing Folsom Street to two lanes on this block.

One lane on the south side of Ellis Street is open at all times for eastbound traffic.  The parking garage between Ellis and O’Farrell is accessible on the north side of Ellis Street.

Street restoration work is continuing on the north side of the intersection of Ellis and Stockton streets.

Washington Street between Stockton Street and Trenton Alley is under a long-term temporary closure to vehicular traffic as station construction continues.  Pedestrian access to Washington Street between Stockton Street and Trenton Alley remains open.

The Central Subway project is the first underground line to link the north and south corridors of the city, and will provide a direct connection to major retail, sporting and cultural venues while efficiently transporting people to jobs, educational opportunities and other amenities throughout San Francisco.

For project updates, visit: https://www.sfmta.com/projects-planning/projects/central-subway-project

UPDATE:  M Ocean View Safety and Transit Improvement Project

The M Ocean View Improvement Project will repair vital transit infrastructure and improve safety for people who walk and use Muni on 19th Avenue.  The improvements include installing vehicle safety measures at the trackway entrances, replacing the rail and upgrading traffic signals.  Temporary lane shifts are now active in the area and drivers are advised that travel times may increase.

After successful completion of Phase One, track replacement between Winston and Rossmoor drives as well as pedestrian safety and performance improvements have now begun in Phase 2 of the project. To support this work, some lane shifts on 19th Avenue have already been implemented and will continue throughout the project.

Saturday, June 23:  Initial construction is scheduled to take place. In order to create a safer work area, the curb lane will be closed on 19th Avenue between Winston and Rossmoor in the northbound direction. Additionally, crews will be working in the east sidewalk, however pedestrian access will remain open.

The larger track replacement work will coincide with the Twin Peaks Tunnel Improvements Project, during which the M train will be substituted with a bus. The Twin Peak Tunnel Improvement Project will begin on Monday, June 25 and will continue for approximately two months. Crews plan to take advantage of this bus substitution to work on the rails.

For more project details, visit www.sfmta.com/mon19thavenue.

UPDATE:  UCSF Mission Bay Arena Platform Project

In anticipation of the new Golden State Warriors’ Chase Center and growth in the Mission Bay, the SFMTA is constructing a new center platform along 3rd Street between South and 16th streets.  This new, larger platform will service both the inbound and outbound trains and greatly expand transit capacity in preparation for large crowds.

Construction work is ongoing, with decommission of the Muni platform planned for December and a new platform anticipated to be completed and in service in early summer of 2019.  Bus substitutions will serve the T-Third line during parts of construction.

For project updates and to sign up for email updates, visit:
https://www.sfmta.com/projects/ucsf-mission-bay-arena-platform-upgrade.

ONGOING:  Construction of Mission Bay Loop

The SFMTA has resumed construction on 18th, 19th and Illinois streets, the project is expected to be completed in late 2018.

The Mission Bay Loop is a key component for San Francisco’s T Third rail line and is critical to operating the T Third Central Subway service plan. The loop provides turn-around capabilities for the T Third Street light rail line via a connection of trackway from 3rd Street to 18th, Illinois and 19th streets, which will allow the SFMTA to operate the necessary service levels needed to support current and planned growth within the eastern portion of San Francisco.

Traffic, including travelling by bike, may be affected by the construction work.  All work areas will be clearly marked and there will be flaggers to help direct traffic.

In order to conduct the work, parking on both sides including along the historical Crane Cove Park fence (east side of Illinois Street) will be removed 24 hours, 7 days a week from 18th to 19th and Illinois streets for the duration of the project.

Traffic lanes traveling both north and south will remain open and there will be flaggers posted to help direct traffic. The northbound bike lane will be converted to a shared roadway.  Expect minor delays when traveling around and through the construction area.

Local access to properties along the project site will be maintained.  Sewer work is scheduled to be completed by summer 2018.

For project details or to sign up to receive project updates, please visit:

https://www.sfmta.com/missionbayloop.

Upcoming Events

Critical Mass

Friday, June 29:  The Critical Mass bicycle ride will begin at Embarcadero Plaza (formerly Justin Herman Plaza) at 6 p.m.

There will be heavy traffic in the area. Motorists are advised to allow extra travel time.

Fillmore Street Jazz Festival

Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1:  The 34th Annual Fillmore Street Jazz Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day on Fillmore Street between Jackson and Eddy streets.

For more event details, please visit http://www.sresproductions.com/events/fillmore-jazz-festival/.

More details to follow.

San Francisco Giants Baseball Games

Thursday, July 5 through Sunday, July 8:  The San Francisco Giants will play four home games against the St. Louis Cardinals at AT&T Park.  Listed below teams and start times for these games:  1)  7:15 p.m., Thursday, July 5; 2)  7:15 p.m., Friday, July 6; 3)  1:05 p.m., Saturday, July 7; and 4)  1:05 p.m., Sunday, July 8.

Sunday Parking

On Sunday, July 8, parking meters in the Special Event Zone near AT&T Park will be enforced.

For details about transit service to AT&T Park, including connections from Bay Area transit systems to Muni, visit http://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/destinations/att-park.

For more event details, visit http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com.

More details of transportation options to follow.

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