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Olympic Torch Service Updates

Olympic Torch (2008)Well, after all the squabbles, arguments, and protests attempting to settle whether or not it properly comports with San Francisco values, the Olympic torch run is finally here. Of course, that means there are Muni service updates, affecting the torch route along the Embarcadero. For your convenience, here are today’s highlights:

  • Muni Metro service between Embarcadero Station and Caltrain will be suspended, so the N-Judah will terminate at Embarcadero, and the T-Third will operate south of 4th & King. The easiest access between Market Street and Caltrain will be via the 30 and 45 bus lines.
  • Cable cars will operate on bus substitution.
  • The F line will only operate between 11th Street and its western terminal point at 17th Street. Alternate routes to Fisherman’s Wharf/Aquatic Park area include: 9X, 10, 19, 20, 30, 47, 49.
  • There will probably be delays and unannounced route changes on several bus lines operating near Fisherman’s Wharf, including: 9X, 10, 12, 19, 20, 30, 39, 47, 49.

The service updates will apply from roughly noon onwards today. Click here for the SFMTA’s post.

Above image extracted from How Stuff Works.

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