Muni’s 13-Guerrero back in action?

There it is, all lit-up in the yard off Bryant. What’s the deal? I Googled it and all I found was a comment on a Burrito Justice post that says it’s been gone since ’88.

3 Responses to “Muni’s 13-Guerrero back in action?”

  1. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    We should be so lucky. MUNI should be expanding services, not cutting them back, and it should be paid for through a mixture of taxes and fees.

    Of course, as is so often the case, what “should be” happening is far from what is gonna be.

  2. throgers says:

    From an Octoferret Muni map scan (

    This map solves the mystery of the 13 Guerrero line, which some people were curious about when I first posted my Muni rollsign photos. It was a peak-hour only version of the 11 Hoffman that ran on Guerrero instead of Mission past 14th/15th Streets. It had stops on Guerrero at the even numbered streets, which for Muni are spaced far enough apart to be considered a “limited stop area”

  3. Kristennu says:

    some online fax services still charge phone time, as well. remove the extra pay for the phone line this new voice service is part of a move towards the unification of the messaging that began with the introduction of the option of sending sms.