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After weeks of planning to restart our Muni Metro service, we unfortunately were forced to resume all bus service starting [Tuesday, August 25]. We apologize for the confusion and inconvenience this may cause.
Our need to temporarily suspend train service for several weeks is based on two problems that emerged yesterday:
For these reasons, we will be using our buses for all train service starting Tuesday, August 25, and working hard to get train back on track as soon as we can. Shutting down the subway for quarantine will also allow for the replacement of the critical equipment in the subway.
We will keep you informed about our efforts to bring rail back at SFMTA.com/RailRecovery and you can get more information about our response to COVID-19 at SFMTA.com/COVID. You can also find provides real-time alerts about Muni service disruptions at the SFMTA’s Twitter account, @sfmta_muni.
Muni carries about 150,000 essential workers every day. Despite the tragedies they’re facing, SFMTA staff are working hard to make the best, most efficient use of every available service hour in order to get them to work.
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