The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is warning customers of a second day of major systemwide delays on Muni today due to a “sickout” by many employees stemming from labor contract negotiations.
The agency will add an additional 100 vehicles to the system today but notified commuters to expect service disruptions, Muni officials said.
All express and limited buses will be stopping at every stop unless the bus reaches full capacity, according to Muni officials.
Cable cars will be supplemented with limited shuttle buses, Muni officials said.
Customers are advised to find alternative means of transportation, according to Muni officials.
BART is honoring all Muni fares between the Daly City and Embarcadero stations, Muni officials said.
On Monday Muni ran on a third of its normal capacity due to workers calling in sick, agency spokesman Paul Rose said.
Many commuters experienced longer wait times and struggled to make their way around San Francisco on Monday.
Jamey Padojino, Bay City News