Presidents Day transit and parking changes 

Along with this weekend’s Bay Bridge closure, which will begin at 8 p.m. today and last until 5 a.m. Tuesday, motorists and transit riders will also have to deal with service changes on Monday’s Presidents Day holiday. Here are the details:

Muni: Will operate on a Saturday schedule for Presidents Day,  meaning slightly less service and later start times than regular weekday scheduling.

BART: Because of the Bay Bridge closure, which will affect westbound lanes only, BART will run overnight service on an hourly basis to 14 stations on Saturday, Sunday and Monday mornings. The overnight service will begin at 1 a.m. and run until 6 a.m. On Monday, BART will operate on a Saturday schedule, meaning slightly less service and later start times than regular weekday scheduling. There will be no early morning service on Tuesday between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m., even though the Bay Bridge will be closed during that time.

Caltrain: Will run a modified Saturday schedule on Presidents Day, with 40 trains operating between San Francisco and San Jose, and one round trip to Gilroy. There will be seven limited-stop trains during the morning and evening commutes.

SamTrans: Will operate a regular nonschool day schedule Presidents Day. There will be fewer routes to local schools, but service will otherwise run as normal.

Golden Gate Transit: Buses and ferries will both operate on weekend scheduling for Monday, meaning later start times and less service than normal. There will be no extra ferry service because of the Bay Bridge closure.

President Day parking changes: Parking meters and seven-day street-sweeping restrictions will be enforced citywide. Commuter tow-away zones, residential parking permits and Monday-Friday street-sweeping restrictions will not be enforced.

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