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Traffic will be snarly for the next few days on Howard Street while crews deliver the 214-ton Richard Serra sculpture that will be on view in SFMOMA's new glass-walled gallery. The street has been cut down to two lanes from four so cranes can unload the 12-piece Sequence, which is so large that Snøhetta can't install SFMOMA's new glass walls until the sculpture is in. The piece is on loan from the Fisher Art Foundation for the next five years, giving us all plenty of time to plan an alternate route to work in 2020, when the whole process will have to be reversed. [SFGate/Photo via Tiffany]