Muni reminds fans that transit can be a grand slam for Giants games 

The Giants season opener is almost upon us, and Muni is encouraging fans to take public transit to AT&T Park, although traveling to the stadium on the weekends could be a bit more crowded than last year.

Following the transit agency’s service modifications on Dec. 5, Muni will no longer run its N-Judah Metro trains to the ballpark on the weekends, leaving the T-Third as the only light-rail vehicle making stops outside of the stadium.

Although the N-Judah won’t be making any weekend visits, Muni will still offer up its supplemental Metro shuttle service for Giants home games, and the 47-Van Ness, 45-Union, 30-Stockton and 10-Townsend bus lines all take passengers to AT&T Park.

The Giants cap off their preseason schedule with home games Thursday and Friday nights against the A’s, and the team’s regular-season home opener is on April 9 against the Atlanta Braves.

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