Posted May 31, 2013

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO MARATHON CROSSES GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE FROM ABOUT 6 am TO 9 am

BRIDGE REMAINS OPEN TO TRAFFIC AT ALL TIMES

Expect Delays On and Around the Golden Gate bridge until 10 am
ALL PARKING LOTS CLOSED TO 10 am, NO DROP-OFFS

The San Francisco Marathon® returns to the Golden Gate Bridge (Bridge) roadway on Sunday, June 16, 2013. The marathon runners will begin crossing the Bridge at about 6 am, with the last runner coming off the Bridge by approximately 9 am. The Bridge roadway remains open to traffic during the race and by 10 am, the roadway will be returned to 3 northbound and 3 southbound lanes and all parking lots reopened.

 

SUMMARY OF TRAFFIC, PARKING, TRANSIT IMPACTS AT/NEAR the GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, June 16, 2013
Times shown are approximate

 

GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE ROADWAY LANE CONFIGURATION


1 am to 6 am: Lane configuration for the Bridge and Doyle Drive (Presidio Parkway) will be transitioned to accommodate the Marathon.

6 am to 9 am: Lane configuration for the Bridge will include (2) southbound traffic lanes and one (1) northbound traffic lane. The Marathon course will occupy two (2) northbound lanes, and one (1) empty or buffer lane positioned between the two lanes for runners and traffic lanes.

By 10 am: Lane configuration returns to three (3) northbound lanes and three (3) southbound lanes. Parking areas re-open.

 
NORTHBOUND DOYLE AND PARK PRESIDIO/19th AVENUE NEAR GG BRIDGE

Northbound Doyle Drive and northbound Park Presidio/19th Avenue will be reduced to one (1) northbound lane near the Golden Gate Bridge.

 
PARKING LOTS NEAR THE BRIDGE ARE CLOSED AND CLOSED TO DROP-OFFS

EXITS AND PARKING LOTS CLOSED midnight to 10 am include:

  1. Last northbound San Francisco exit off Doyle Drive/Presidio Parkway CLOSED.
  2. Southeast Visitor parking lot CLOSED.
  3. Vista Point Exit (northeast end of Bridge) and Vista Point parking lot CLOSED.
 
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE SIDEWALK ACCESS

East Sidewalk: OPEN at 5 am for pedestrians with regular overnight hours for bicycles. The public is advised to consider not accessing the sidewalk until after 10 am as the parking areas and exits on both sides of the bridge will be closed until 10 am.

West Sidewalk: OPEN at 5 am for bikes, but alternate access routes to the sidewalk will have to be used due to the road closures in the Presidio.

 
BUS TRANSIT SERVICE IMPACTS

NO Golden Gate Transit SERVICE 1:15 am to 10 am at the northbound bus stop on the east side of the Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza. GGT bus schedules: http://goldengatetransit.org/schedules/current/.

NO San Francisco Muni SERVICE midnight to 10 am through Southeast Visitor parking lot. Muni schedules: http://www.sfmta.com/cms/mroutes/schedules.htm.

PresidiGO will operate its normal weekend schedule on its Crissy Field Route, with the first trip arriving at the Golden Gate Bridge at 11:09 am. PresidiGO schedules: http://www.presidio.gov/visit/transportation/Pages/shuttle.aspx.

 
ROAD CLOSURES IN THE PRESIDIO and GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA

5am to 10 am: Lincoln Blvd. and all intersections onto Lincoln Blvd. from the 25th Ave. Gate to Lendrum Ct. will be CLOSED. Mason St. and all intersections onto Mason St. will be CLOSED from the Marina Gate to Crissy Field Avenue. Crissy Field Avenue will be closed.

Baker Beach residents may enter the housing areas via the service road from Battery Caulfield. Intermittent traffic will be allowed access and egress from Baker Ct. and Brooks Ct. via Lincoln Blvd.

 
More Information: www.thesfmarathon.com