Your Weekend Transit Advisory: Presidents’ Day Muni, post-Super Bowl route normalizing, SF Half Marathon, construction

Presidents’ Day Muni Schedule

Monday, February 15 (Presidents’ Day Holiday): Muni service will operate on a Saturday schedule.

Street Closures for Tear Down of Super Bowl City

Saturday, January 23 to Friday, February 12: Super Bowl 50 festivities that took place at Justin Herman Plaza are over. The following street closures will remain in effect until Thursday evening, following the safe removal of Super Bowl City. This is a day earlier than originally planned. Muni service will resume Friday morning.

Streets opening on Thursday include:

  • Market Street between Beale and Steuart streets
  • Southbound Embarcadero between Washington Street and Don Chee Way
  • Steuart Street between Market Street and Don Chee Way
  • Spear and Main streets between Market and Mission streets
  • Intersections of Main, Spear, Drumm, and Steuart streets at Market Street

These Muni routes will return to normal service on Friday morning:

  • F Market & Wharves*
  • 1AX California Express
  • 1BX California Express
  • 2 Clement
  • 3 Jackson
  • 5 Fulton
  • 5R Fulton Rapid
  • 6 Parnassus
  • 7 Haight/Noriega
  • 7R Haight/Noriega Rapid
  • 7X Noriega Express
  • 9 San Bruno
  • 9R San Bruno Rapid
  • 14 Mission
  • 14R Mission Rapid
  • 14X Mission Express
  • 21 Hayes
  • 31 Balboa
  • 31AX Balboa Express
  • 31BX Balboa Express
  • 38 Geary
  • 38R Geary Rapid
  • 38AX Geary Express
  • 38BX Geary Express
  • 41 Union
  • 76X Marin Headlands Express
  • 81X Caltrain Express
  • 82X Levi Plaza Express
  • N-Owl
  • L-Owl
  • Metro shuttles

*F Market & Wharves Line will continue to operate with buses through Sunday. The E Embarcadero Line will run as normal on Saturday and Sunday. Streetcar service between Fisherman’s Wharf and Castro will resume on Monday.

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Super Bowl Dogs on Muni and BART


Okay, confession: We don’t run this site because we love public transit and how it’s the place so many of our lives intersect, how it’s a great San Francisco shared experience, or sometimes, how it’s just plain funny AF. No, we started Muni Diaries because we love dogs. Plain and simple. We love dogs.

Now that that’s established, let’s take a look at some of the visiting dogs who are here for Super Bowl security. We’ll start with Gera, a beautiful TSA K9 seen above on a BART platform. Good girl, Gera!

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