Holiday information for buses, trains and automobiles

Parking
Thanksgiving Day

  • Commuter tow-away not enforced
  • Residential permit not enforced
  • Weekday daytime street sweeping not enforced
  • 7-day street sweeping not enforced
  • Parking meters not enforced

Friday

  • Commuter tow-away not enforced
  • Residential permit not enforced
  • Weekday daytime street sweeping not enforced
  • 7-day street sweeping enforced
  • Parking meters enforced

Public services
All city, state and federal offices will be closed Thanksgiving Day; city and state offices will be closed Friday, but federal offices will be open

Postal service: No service Thanksgiving Day; normal service Friday
San Francisco: Check www.sfgov.org for a specific service
San Mateo County: Check www.co.sanmateo.ca.us for a specific service

Traffic
www.sfmta.com
Friday

  • 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.: heavy traffic expected in Union Square area
  • 6 p.m.: citywide traffic interruptions expected for Critical Mass in Justin Herman Plaza

Transit
BART

www.bart.gov
Operating on a Sunday schedule Thanksgiving Day

Caltrain
www.caltrain.com
Operating on a Sunday schedule Thanksgiving Day; operating on a modified schedule Friday

Muni
www.sfmta.com

  • Operating on a Sunday schedule Thanksgiving Day
  • Operating on a holiday schedule Friday (weekday non-school service)
  • On Sunday from 7:45 to 10:30 a.m., the 22-Fillmore, 43-Masonic and 44-O’Shaugnessy will be rerouted for the Run Wild for a Child race at Golden Gate Park and Panhandle

SamTrans
www.samtrans.com
Operating on a holiday schedule Thanksgiving Day (regular non-school day service Friday). Service on the following routes only:
North County: 38, 120, 121, 122, 130
Central County and Coastside: 17, 110, 112
South County: 280, 281, 296, 297
San Francisco-Daly City to Peninsula: KX, 390, 391, 292, 397
Route 120: Operating on an extended schedule Saturday (will continue until Dec. 23) corresponding with the Daly City Serramonte Center’s later holiday hours. It will run as late as midnight.

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