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BART Service Change Beginning February 11, 2019, BART will begin work on a seismic retrofit of the Transbay Tube. In order to accommodate this work, BART will shift its start of service from 4am to 5am on weekdays. A robust alternative bus service plan called the Early Bird Express has been developed for the 4 am hour in order to accommodate passengers in this time. Please note, for employees currently using only a BART Discount Card for their commutes, the Early Bird Express buses will require the purchase and use of a Clipper Card . The transfer service from the Temporary SF Transbay...
Airport offering first-of-its-kind hands-on learning for high school students San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced the launch of a brand new high school education curriculum called Sound Waves, an innovative study of how sound carries in and around the airport, to help engage the next generation of aviation professionals. “SFO has created a unique, hands-on learning curriculum that leads students to explore the science of sound waves, how sound travels and its impact on human beings,” said Airport Director Ivar C. Satero. “These lessons give young people a chance to explore the...
Airport offers meal service to thank federal employees, free Farmer’s Market San Francisco International Airport (SFO) hosted two food service programs today to assist federal employees who had been working without pay due to current partial government funding lapse. The Airport hosted a recognition event and meal service, sponsored by United Airlines, to show appreciation to federal employees for their continued hard work. A mix of hot meals and takeaway food was offered throughout the day to accommodate various work schedules, serving a total of about 400 employees. The event also provided...
New exhibition features surfboards crafted from rare wood by iconic shapers Shapers are artisans who create surfboards from shaping materials such as foam and wood. By pairing iconic shapers with select sources of rare wood, Larry Fuller (b. 1954) has assembled a collection of boards that illustrate the progression of surfboard design through a common medium. Fuller crafted his first wooden board from agave and redwood close to three decades ago while working for surfer-shaper Jim Phillips (b. 1946). Over the next few years, Fuller made connections to surfer-shapers including George Downing (...
Airport asks retailers to offer half-off discount to employees not receiving pay due to shutdown As the shutdown of the federal government reaches historic levels for duration, SFO is asking Airport shops and restaurants to reduce their prices for federal employee who continue to work without a paycheck. This week, SFO requested that restaurants and retailers offer a 50% discount to federal employees who work at the Airport. SFO will adjust its fee structure to protect voluntarily participating concession operators from any financial impact of this discount program. “This program demonstrates...
The SFO Medical Clinic will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The Clinic will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. For emergencies, please call 911. The nearest medical facility is Peninsula Medical Center at 1501 Trousdale Drive, Burlingame, 650.696.5446. Please contact the SFO Medical Clinic at 650.821.5601 if you have any questions.

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