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Super Bowl Traffic Impact

Due to Super Bowl 50 pre-game activities you may experience difficulty getting to and from the San Francisco Medical Center from Jan. 23 – Feb. 12.

Although the football game will be played in Santa Clara, many activities leading up to game day on Feb. 7 will be held in San Francisco.

Officials have estimated that an additional one million people could visit San Francisco. Including the time needed for setting up and breaking down the activities, transportation could be impacted from Jan. 23 through Feb. 12.

During this time there will be multiple street closures and traffic will be re-routed so it’s advised to plan ahead and allow extra time to reach your destination.

We’ve compiled tips that we hope will make your travel go more smoothly.

  • Stay up-to-date: Visit these websites or sign up for alerts to get the most current information:
    • sfmta.com/sb50 offers a complete list of downtown road closures and offers tips for getting around the city during Super Bowl 50.
    • 511.org will help you plan your trip and give you traffic updates.
    • Register for AlertSF, San Francisco’s official text message and email alert system for emergencies or disruptions. Register by texting “AlertSF” to 888-777 from your mobile device or visit alertsf.org.
    • bart.gov for the latest information on BART.
  • If you ride BART, officials have advised that it will be harder to park at BART stations than usual. Unless you already have a monthly parking permit, you are strongly encouraged to avoid driving yourself to a BART station and instead choose one of the other options if it’s too far to walk: walk, use transit connections, bicycle, carpooling, or have someone drop you off.
  • If you use a Clipper Card or prepaid BART tickets, make sure they have sufficient funds in order to avoid long lines at the machines in the terminals.

Remember to plan ahead and if you have any questions or need to reschedule, please contact the department you are visiting.

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