Note: According to SFMTA spokesperson Kristin Holland, the statement sent by Supervisor Avalos misstated the first day of changes to the 14L Mission route. The changes won’t go into effect until Monday, January 23, not Saturday, January 21, as Supervisor Avalos informed us.
Fans of both the 14L Mission bus and BART will have a little more to cheer about
Saturday Monday, as, according to Supervisor John Avalos, the bus line will now be extended to the Daly City BART station.
In a press release, Avalos announced that the Muni 14L bus, which presently runs along Mission St. between San Jose Avenue and 5th Street, will be extended to the Daly City BART station beginning this
Saturday, January 21st Monday, January 23.
“This will provide greater access to public transit for all of San Francisco, and especially for residents of District 11 which lacks transit connections compared to other areas of the city,” said Avalos in the release. It also means you can take the 14L almost to the door of the Century 20 movie theater, if you want to?
But it’s not just movie fans who now have more options — according to Avalos, the route extension “will better serve our city’s student population by allowing San Francisco State University students to connect directly to the free school shuttle at Daly City BART via Muni.”
Avalos will be out on Mission St. Thursday at 5 to inform passengers of the change, which he says he has been “working towards since becoming District 11 Supervisor in 2009.”
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