Bay To Breakers Muni Info! It’s $10! Woo Hoo!

This weekend, as I’ve noted, there’s plenty of fun things to do in and around town. However, Bay to Breakers is one of the larger events, and as our friends at SFist and the fine people at the SFMTA have noted, there’s some serious impacts on Muni service you may want to know about. Check both sites out for a detailed schedule of service changes.
Easiest way to describe it? The city will be split in two for a while by an array of partiers and runners, so if you have intricate plans to go north or south, be aware you will have delays.
Also, if you plan on using the Special Event Buses and whatnots, PLEASE be aware that the cost is $10 ($7 with pass, as per the SFMTA site, so please stop yelling at me ok?). And, try and buy said magic ticket early, instead of waiting until the end of the race when you and 60,000 other people will all be cramming into slow busy buses and trying to pay (because you’re all cool and pay your fares, right?) Yeah I know “$7or10forslowmuniomgwtfcursemutterswear” but let’s see if the we can hold off a failwhale fleet this time, shall we?
Finally, if you’re wondering just what you can and cannot do at said Bay To Breakers run and wish to avoid being compressed by The Man, our friends at the SF Appeal have a basic list of do’s and don’ts for the event. Play nice and play safe, everyone!

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One Response to Bay To Breakers Muni Info! It’s $10! Woo Hoo!

  1. anonymouse says:

    I was there and took the good old N Judah instead of the special event bus. It was crowded but not unbearable, and while service could have been managed better, it was still running at a slow and steady pace. I wish they had better fare enforcement though, maybe put conductors on the second car just this once, and make sure everyone pays or presents a pass as they get on.

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