Muni's 14 Mission bus rerouted due to fire

San Francisco's Municipal Railway 14 Mission bus route will continue to be affected by today's Mission Street fire at least through Wednesday, spokesman Alan Siegel said.

Earlier today, MUNI used 14L Mission Limited buses to route around the 1133 Mission St. fire while firefighters attempted to control it.

“We'll still be rerouting around that area until they clear it,” Siegel said.

Inbound buses going down Mission Street will take South Van Ness Avenue to Market Street, Siegel said. The buses will then turn down Fourth Street and back onto Mission Street where the buses will continue as normal.

Outbound buses on Mission Street will turn right on Third Street, left on Market Street, left on 11th Street and right onto Mission Street and back onto the regular route, said Siegel.

In addition, motor coach shuttles will be offered in a loop around the site of the fire. But Siegel added that anyone in the area is best off walking to Market Street to use the rerouted buses or other lines.

All buses will take the usual fare and will issue and accept transfers, according to Siegel.

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