Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Transit and Travel Information
Tuesday, Nov. 21 update: there is now regular service on all Muni routes.
- Main security zones and additional events
- Muni service during APEC
- Residents and Businesses
- Paratransit and Taxis
- Driving and Parking
- People Bicycling and Walking
- About APEC
As of Monday Nov 20 there is no security zone.
As of Monday Nov 20 there are no additional events.
All Muni service has been restored as of Tuesday Nov 21.
As of Monday Nov 20 there is no security zone. There are no impacts to residents and businesses.
Normal SF Paratransit service has been restored.
As of Monday Nov 20 there are no road closures related to APEC.
As of Monday Nov 20 there are impacts to parking and garages related to APEC.
As of Monday Nov 20 there are no impacts to bicycling or walking related to APEC.
San Francisco is proud to host the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) conference in November, one of the largest gatherings of global leaders in San Francisco. Most APEC activities will take place in the South of Market and Nob Hill neighborhoods. Due to the scale of the gathering, APEC may have some impacts on travel in other areas of San Francisco as well. The bulk of the travel and transit impacts will take place from Nov. 13-19.
More than 20,000 people are expected to attend this historic conference, including heads of state and dignitaries from over 20 member economies in Asia, the Pacific, North America and South America. Visit the APEC website (APEC2023SF.org) for further information about the conference.
People should expect a range of street impacts in and around the U.S. Secret Service security zones (Vehicle Exclusion Zones). People will be allowed into these zones to access their homes, work, make deliveries and shop, with appropriate screening.
Streets closures are expected to start Monday, Nov. 13 - Sunday, Nov. 19. These closures will result in significant traffic impacts.
People traveling in San Francisco should expect congestion downtown, traffic delays, transit reroutes, delays and crowding on Muni and SF Paratransit during APEC. Additional events may arise with little notice and may impact Muni routes, traffic, vehicle and pedestrian access.
This is an exciting opportunity for San Francisco to shine on the world stage and is expected to generate millions of dollars in economic activity and revenue for the city. We understand that these changes will present some challenges and we appreciate your support and patience as San Francisco hosts one of the world’s premier global leadership events. We will update this page as more information becomes available. For the most up to date information in real-time, subscribe to our Muni SMS and/or email alerts.