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It’s Dreamfoce 2019! An entire week of corporate events, corporate networking parties, and high priced celebrity speeches clustered into the heart of San Francisco!  Which is great if you flew here from Phoenix to hear Marc Benioff’s speech about ‘sales synergy’, but it’s very unfortunate if you live here and just want to get to work Monday through Friday.

But have no fear, we have you covered!  We made the Dreamforce specific MUNI & Waze traffic maps and schedules to help you understand this week’s transportation schedules, potential outages, & traffic due to the massive tech conference happening right in the middle of the City’s main traffic arteries.

Dreamforce Nov 11 -15 2019
We made a MUNI Temporary Service Map

(This section of SOMA, its traffic and construction, is sponsored by Salesforce by the way.  In case you hadn’t noticed, Dreamforce is the celebration of our city’s corporate sponsorship!)

And in case you are driving to work or on your way to wait in line to see Deepak Chopra’s keynote address on being a ‘power executive in a millenial’s body‘,  here is the Google/Waze interactive traffic map of all bridges and highways leading into San Francisco this week.  Drive Safe!


This post was not sponsored by Salesforce, but the traffic this week is.  Barack Obama will be speaking Thursday morning at Dreamforce, so expect the traffic to be extra terrible, and take heart that at least it will be over after Friday, and we can get back to just normal terrible traffic in San Francisco.

And if you’re looking for fun things to do this week AWAY from these damned crowds, check out all our best events and articles for this week right here.

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1 Comment

  1. p_chazz
    April 20, 2020 at 7:22 am

    Weak. People who live in the area come to Dreamforce on public transit, and the ones from out of town are walking from their hotels. Only a tourist would drive downtown, and tourist season is over.