Transit, parking in city affected by holiday

With Monday being Labor Day, public transit in San Francisco and on the Peninsula will be affected.

Public transit including BART, Muni and CalTrain services will Monday run on a Sunday schedule.

Along with transit, parking in San Francisco is also affected.

Parking enforcement for the Labor Day holiday will include only streets that have street cleaning every day and meters at Fisherman’s Wharf or on Port of San Fracisco property, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.

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