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Muni's Real Birthday

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[Photo via SFMTA]

Although Muni already celebrated their centennial November 4th and 11th with a vintage streetcar festival, celebrations were a bit pre-mature. December 28th will be the day that 100 years ago Muni first began operating a transit line: The Geary A train. Service went from the intersection of Market and Geary (site of the Lotta Crabtree Fountain) and ended at 10th Avenue and Fulton Street. If you really want to celebrate our city's transit system, on December 28th take the kids out to the original Muni car barn at Masonic and Geary at noon for the official centennial. And best of all, Muni is free all day. - Victor Obeck
· Muni Centennial [SFMTA]
· National Register #75000475 [NoeHill]
· You Can Ride Muni (Yes, Even Cable Cars) For Free On December 28 [SF Appeal]