SF streets closed for Super Bowl events to open Thursday night

In this undated photo, a Muni bus drives down Market Street in San Francisco, Calif. (KGO-TV)

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) says roads closed for Super Bowl events in San Francisco will reopen Thursday night. Regular Muni routes will resume on Friday.

Street to reopen Thursday evening:
  • Market Street between Beale and Steuart streets

  • Southbound Embarcadero between Washington Street and Don Chee Way

  • Spear, Steuart and Main streets between Market and Mission streets

  • Intersections of Main, Spear, Drumm, and Steuart streets at Market Street


  • On Saturday and Sunday, the F Market Muni lines will operate by bus shuttle due to additional work near Steuart Street and the E line will run as normal.

    The director of Transportation for the SFMTA, Ed Reiskin, released a statement saying, "I want to thank the businesses, residents, employees and everyone traveling in the area for their patience and for helping us make Super Bowl 50 a great success for our City. I appreciate all those who chose public transportation to get around during Super Bowl 50, including the 200,000 additional riders who boarded Muni during these extraordinary events. City staff kept our streets safe and moving during this extraordinary time, and I appreciate their professionalism and hard work."

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