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Holiday weekend parking, transit schedules

Christmas Day

Muni: Will operate on a Sunday schedule. Service will start later and be less frequent.

BART: Will operate on a Sunday schedule, meaning service won’t start until 8 a.m.

Caltrain: Will operate on Sunday schedule, meaning fewer trains and later start times.

SamTrans:
Will operate on Sunday schedule, meaning fewer buses and later start times.

Golden Gate Transit: Buses will run on holiday schedule, meaning less service and later start times. Ferry service will not be operating at all.

San Francisco parking:
No parking restrictions — meters, street sweeping, commuter tow-away or residential parking — will be enforced.

Monday

Muni: Will operate on nonschool weekday schedule. There will be less service to schools. Everything else will remain on regular weekday schedule.

BART: Will operate on normal weekday schedule.

Caltrain: Will operate on a Saturday schedule. Trains will be less frequent than normal weekday service.

SamTrans: Will operate on a Saturday schedule. Buses will be less frequent than normal weekday service.

Golden Gate Transit: Buses and ferries will be operating under holiday schedules, meaning less service and later start times.

San Francisco parking: No parking restrictions — meters, street sweeping, commuter tow-away or residential parking — will be enforced.

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