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October 31, 2018

Dear Members:

TMASF Connects wants to reward commuters who are continuing to take public transportation to the old Temporary Transbay Terminal during the closure of the new Salesforce Transit Center. We would also like thank carpools and vanpools for sharing their ride and helping to reduce traffic congestion.

This week, we're offering one loyal transit rider a pair of tickets to the Warriors vs. Brooklyn Nets game on Saturday, November 10th! In addition, one lucky carpool will win a $100 Visa gift card this week for gas or coffee for their carpool! Prizes are awarded each week through the end of the year or until the transit center reopens.

If you commute by bus to the old Temporary Transbay Terminal,  click here   for your chance to win.

If you carpool to work and intend to share a ride with the same people for the majority of your commute trips each week, click here for your chance to win.

Please note that if you've participated in either of these promotions previously, you're automatically eligible to win each week. Awards will be made to individuals and carpools randomly on a one-time basis. 

Salesforce Transit Center Closure
The Salesforce Transit Center will remain closed for the near future, according to the Transbay Joint Powers Authority. Buses are continuing to reroute to the old Temporary Transbay Terminal at Howard and Main Streets. Additionally, according to 511 , the I-80 Fremont Street off-ramp bus lane remains closed until further notice. Heavy traffic is anticipated in the downtown area and drivers are strongly encouraged to use alternate modes of transportation.

Below are the affected transit agencies and their current stops according to SFGate :

All 27 Transbay bus routes have been moved to the Temporary Transbay Terminal at Howard and Beale Streets.
 
Connecting bus services will continue to operate out of the Temporary Transbay Terminal in its current bus stop at 200 Folsom Street.

All Golden Gate Transit Financial District commute buses are returning to regular routing in downtown San Francisco and serving bus stops on Fremont Street. Golden Gate Transit Routes 30, 70, 101, and 101X will continue to serve Temporary Transbay Terminal bus stops while the Salesforce Transit Center remains closed. Buses will pick up and drop off passengers at First & Mission, as well as at Beale & Howard (drop off) and Main & Folsom (pick up).

5/5R: Stop on Howard at Main
7: Stop on Main at Howard
25: Stop on Beale at Folsom
38/38R: Stop on Main at Howard

The LYNX Transbay bus route have been moved to the Temporary Transbay Terminal at Howard and Beale streets.
 
BART will be running long trains and monitor passenger flow throughout commute hours to address impacts to BART service.
Please use the extensive resources found at the TMASF Connects Website to help you learn about your travel alternatives.

Kimberly B. Martinson
Kimberly B. Martinson, CAE
Executive Director/CEO
TMASF Connects
180 Montgomery Street #2360
San Francisco CA 94104
415.392.0210

Please monitor SFMTA and the local media and commute sources below for updates on the Salesforce Transit Center closure. As always, we will send an update as more information becomes available. For commute alternatives, please visit the  TMASF Connects website .

MEDIA KCBS KGO KTVU NBC Bay Area SF Gate , SF Chronicle  
COMMUTE CHP Caltrans District 4 SFMTA BART 511.org, AC Transit
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