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Workshop: Muni Discovery Day

In partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Friday, 6/28/2024
1:30 - 2:30
Bayview General Floor Area
Bayview/Linda Brooks-Burton

5075 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
United States

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Travel on Muni between two library locations in one day for engaging library programs and the opportunity to meet and learn from San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) operators and staff. For children ages 10 and older.

Start your day with an activity at Bayview/Linda Brooks-Burton Branch Library and meet with SFMTA operators and staff to learn tips and tricks for using Muni. Pick up a special transit bingo card to fill out on your public transit trip to Excelsior Branch Library where you'll redeem your bingo card for SFMTA prizes. Participate in another activity at Excelsior Branch Library to round out your day.

  • 1:30 - 2:30 PM: Activity at Bayview/Linda Brooks-Burton Branch Library
  • 3:30 - 4:30 PM: Activity at Excelsior Branch Library

Muni rides are free for youth 18 years and younger. Adults traveling with youth for this special program will also get to ride for free between the libraries.

These events are in partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) in hopes of building community with young riders and their families to expand their knowledge of how the public transportation system works and the people who make the City move. Help us cultivate a culture of care and healthy respect for our city the public spaces that many of our peers and community members depend on and ground us with a knowledge that the people who work in transportation want to get us to their destinations safely and efficiently. Gaining intimate knowledge of these spaces and people, these learning days hope to foster equity in young ones' ability to access public transportation, ensure safety of all riders, employees, and people within the city, and introduce young people to the adults and infrastructure that help move culture forward.

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For questions about the program or help registering, contact sfplcpp@sfpl.orgAll programs are drop-in (no registration necessary) unless otherwise noted. All SFPL locations are wheelchair accessible. For accommodations (such as ASL or language interpretation), call (415) 557-4557 or contact accessibility@sfpl.org. Requesting at least 3 business days in advance will help ensure availability.

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