Reroutes planned for Pride parade, celebration

Godofredo Vasquez/Special to the S.F. ExaminerHundreds rolled down Market Street for the 2012 Pride parade.

Godofredo Vasquez/Special to the S.F. ExaminerHundreds rolled down Market Street for the 2012 Pride parade.

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is advising Muni riders of several reroutes due to today's Pride celebration and parade.

Muni officials said the 5, 19 and 21 routes will reroute all day, and the 3, 47, 49, 76X and 108 will likely be subject to delays.

The San Francisco Pride parade is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. on Market and Beale streets.

Muni is also reminding the community there will be heavy traffic congestion in areas around Market Street due to the many people attending the parade and celebration.Bay Area NewsMarket StreetPrideSFMTA

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