Thanksgiving public transit and parking impacts for San Francisco

BART’s ridership for the weekend broke into the agency’s top 10 busiest Saturdays. (Examiner file photo)

BART’s ridership for the weekend broke into the agency’s top 10 busiest Saturdays. (Examiner file photo)

Muni: Will run its Sunday schedule on Thanksgiving, meaning later start times and less-frequent service on its transit lines. On Friday, it will resume normal weekday service.

BART: Will run its Sunday schedule on Thanksgiving, meaning the first trains will not be in service until
8 a.m. Also, BART will run longer trains Wednesday, Friday and Sunday due to large crowds anticipated for the holiday travel and shopping seasons.

Golden Gate Transit: Buses will run on a holiday schedule on Thanksgiving, meaning later start times and less-frequent service. Ferry service will not be available at all Thanksgiving. On Friday, ferries will run on a holiday schedule, while buses will operate under a normal weekday schedule.

Caltrain:
Will run its Sunday schedule on Thanksgiving, meaning later start times, less-frequent trains and no service south of San Jose. On Friday, Caltrain will run its Saturday schedule, which entails 36 trains between San Francisco and San Jose. There will be bullet trains available during the morning and evening commutes for Friday.

SamTrans: Will run its Sunday schedule on Thanksgiving, meaning later start times and less-frequent service.

Parking in San Francisco: Meters will not be turned on and residential parking permit restrictions will not be enforced on Thanksgiving. Restrictions against commuter tow-away and seven-day street sweeping zones also will not be enforced. Normal weekday parking rules will resume Friday.

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