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49ers Vs. Giants, 2012 NFL Playoffs: Public Transportation Options

The San Francisco 49ers will host the New York Giants on Sunday in the 2012 NFC Championship Game. The event is one of the biggest events in the city since at least the 2010 World Series, but in all honestly since probably a lot longer than that.

As crazy as traffic was for last week's game, it will likely only be worse on Sunday. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has been kind enough to update their website with some specific information on how to reach the park via public transportation.

There are several shuttles and options available to you:

From the Light Rail: T Third to Gilman/Paul, then 87 Candlestick Shuttle

From BART: 75X express service from Balboa Park BART/Muni Station

Bus: 77X express service from the Van Ness corridor (pre-game from California; post-game to North Point)

Bus: 78X express service from the Park Presidio/19th Avenue corridor

Bus: 79X express service from Downtown

Special round-trip fares apply on the Express (X) bus routes, as follows: Adult fare: $12 or valid pass plus $8. Youth, Senior, Disabled and Medicare card holders fare: $10 or valid pass plus $8.

Here is a handy map, courtesy of MUNI:

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via www.sfmta.com

Safe travels to the game!

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