Golden Gate Half Marathon: November 3, 2019
Update: This alert also includes 19 Polk reroute information during the event setup on Saturday, November 2.
The Golden Gate Half Marathon will begin in Fort Mason, closing streets and rerouting Muni service in the early morning. Read below for more information.
Setup and Take Down
The streets will be closed from Saturday, 4 a.m. to Sunday, 5 p.m. for setup and takedown of the finish line:
- Beach, west of Hyde
- local access allowed for Williams Sonoma
- Larkin, between Beach and the Impark Parking lot entrance
On Sunday, the race begins at 7 a.m. Street closures in the Marina will take place from 6:30 to 10:15 a.m.
Beginning at Van Ness and Beach, the race will go south on Van Ness, west on Bay, north on Laguna, west on Marina to Crissy Field, The Presidio and the Golden Gate Bridge, reversing back on same route except for at Laguna and Beach, where runners will proceed through Fort Mason.
Muni will reroute the 19, 28, 30, 47 and 49 starting from 6 a.m. Service will return to normal after the streets are clear.
|Route||Summary of Change|
|19 Polk||Switchback at North Point--changing direction from inbound to outbound--will start on Saturday, all day.
Temporary terminal at Polk & North Point.
|28 19th Avenue||Stops at Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza will be missed.
Temporary layover will be at North Point & Polk, southwest corner.
Service to Jefferson Loop will miss stops at North Point & Polk and Van Ness & North Point.
|47 Van Ness||Service to Caltrain will miss stops at North Point & Polk and Van Ness & North Point.|
|49 Mission/Van Ness||Temporary layover will be on on the north side of Bay, between Polk and Van Ness.|