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Updated August 14, 2009

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has developed a contingency plan in the event of a strike by the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART). Should a strike occur,  more than 130,000 customers who normally travel daily into San Francisco could be seeking other means of getting to their destinations. The plan aims to provide SFMTA services in the City to those displaced by a strike and endeavors to avoid or minimize gridlock.

The linked maps cover the best transit alternatives from the Daly City border to the Bay Bridge and provide details of Downtown alternatives, including parking and casual carpool location

Downtown commuter options

Downtown commuter options (GIF)

North-south commuter options

North-south commuter options (GIF)

Note: Muni vehicles stop only at existing marked Muni stops. Reroutes over streets not normally served by Muni will operate non-stop over those streets. Exceptions to this policy, if any, would be noted above as "temporary stop."

Note: All times shown on this page are for expected effects on Muni service, not for the event or activity itself. Events or activities may start or end earlier or later than the times shown. All times are subject to change based on actual conditions. Reroutes may be added, removed or changed, also based on actual conditions.

Muni fare summary

Transferring from other bus agencies

Transferring from ferries

Call for more Muni and San Francisco information

Regional transit options for the BART strike

Regional transportation information for the BART strike

For effects on traffic, see Traffic Updates or call 311.

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