The City will be buzzing with mutliple events this weekend

With The Presidents Cup, the Italian Heritage Festival, Fleet Week, the beginning of Oracle Convention and a 49ers home game all coinciding today, San Francisco will be as busy as ever.
The spectacle of the Blue Angels soaring in unison above San Francisco is expected to attract thousands to the northern waterfront, and  Muni is warning passengers that delays are likely on several local lines. The Italian Heritage Parade, which takes place in nearby North Beach, will also have an impact on Muni service.
The Oracle Convention, which is slated to run through Oct. 15 at the Moscone Center, will force traffic closures on a number of city streets in the SoMa District.
On the two southern sides of The City are The Presidents Cup at Harding Park and the 49ers at Candlestick Park, both of which will impact traffic in the surrounding areas.
For traffic and transit updates, travelers are encouraged to call 311.
 

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