Transit Center Closed for Six More Weeks
Tuesday, October 2nd as of 3:30 PM
, buses won't return to the Salesforce Transit Center until its broken girders are repaired which could take at least six weeks. Officials with the Transbay Joint Powers Authority said they should know by November 1st what caused the two large support beams to crack. The agency
that they hope to reopen Fremont Street beneath the center by Friday, October 12th.
Heavy traffic is expected in the area during the closure. Drivers are advised to avoid the area and should expect additional commute should they choose to drive.
is taking place in the Marina Green area now through Monday, October 8th. Please be aware of anticipated traffic and congestion in the area and
for the list of events.
Transit Agency Reroutes
All transit agencies will reroute to the old Temporary Transbay Terminal at Howard and Main Streets. Below are the affected transit agencies and their current stops according to
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.
Transbay Bus Routes 101X, 101, 70, and 30 have been moved outside the Temporary Transbay Terminal at Howard and Beale. Buses will:
-Pick Up+Drop Off at First and Mission
-Pick up at Main and Folsom
-Drop off at Beale and Howard
Financial District Commute Routes will be detoured and will NOT serve the stops on Fremont between Folsom/Howard and on Fremont south of Mission. Route 4, 27, and 44 buses will pick up at Mission on the west side of Beale Street (Muni stop #15579).
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.
Telecommuting & Flextime
If your employer allows, consider working remotely if possible or altering your work schedule to avoid commuting during peak commute hours. Telecommuting and flextime work schedules are proven to help increase productivity and morale, as well as reduce commute time and greenhouse gas emissions. View the
TMASF Connects Telecommuting & Flextime Factsheet
to learn about the advantages of implementing a telecommute or flextime program, the legal responsibilities to consider, and relevant additional links.
for a list of some Bay Area telework/co-work spaces from Curbed San Francisco.