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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

PGA President's Cup Day 1: Traffic & Muni Updates

Good morning everyone. This is your unofficial traffic and Muni update for day number one of the PGA President's Cup golf tournament at Harding Park in San Francisco.

  • Road closures as followed: Skyline between Lake Merced Blvd. and Great Highway, and Herbst road. Strangely, the city has not yet closed down westbound John Muir Drive.
  • Heavy traffic northbound on Skyline from John Muir to Great Highway. Right lane approach to Skyline/Great Highway intersection is coned off about 500 feet away from intersection; try to merge into the left lane as quickly as possible.
  • Heavy traffic northbound on Lake Merced blvd. before Brotherhood Way. Traffic clears-up once you reach State Drive (SF State's main road).
  • 18-46th Avenue is operating modified route as stated here. No direct service to the Janet Pomeroy Center. To reach the homes at John Muir Drive when going towards Legion of Honor, take the 18 and transfer at 46th Avenue and Ulloa for the bus going back to Stonestown.
  • 88-BART service for the A.M. Peak hours is running a normal schedule.

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