Services available on Black Friday in SF

TRANSPORTATION

BART (www.bart.gov): Operating regular daily schedule with longer trains

Muni (www.sfmuni.com): Operating regular daily schedule

Caltrain (www.caltrain.com): Operating modified Saturday schedule

SamTrans (www.samtrans.com): Only routes KX, 110, 112, 120, 121, 122, 130, 280, 281, 390, 391, 292, 294, 296, 297 and 397 will be in operation, and they will run on a Sunday schedule

S.F. CITY SERVICES

Parking: Parking meters will be enforced; residential permits will not be enforced

Street sweeping: In effect

Open/closed: Most city services will be closed; see www.sfgov.org

Postal service: Normal service
 

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