Muni’s 5-Fulton to follow new route around San Francisco City Hall 

Passengers on Muni’s 5-Fulton will experience new routes changes on the heavily used line starting Saturday.

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, which operates all traffic operations in The City, recently changed the configuration of a portion of McAllister Street to incorporate two-way traffic as a way of speeding up service on the 5-Fulton.

Instead of taking a circuitous route down several different streets around City Hall, the 5-Fulton will travel on a straight course of McAllister Street between Market and Hyde streets. According to the SFMTA, the new changes will result in $200,000 in annual savings from efficiencies, and will save three minutes per trip for the 16,000 passengers who board the 5-Fulton near downtown.

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