Week In Transit: St. Patty’s Day, Transit Action Committee, Meadow Drive Maintenance & Wu-Tang Clan!

By Dan Lieberman, @LiebermanTweets

St. Patty’s Bar Crawl:  There are those who believe that St. Patrick’s Day is a good occasion to enjoy some beer. If you’re one of these people and looking for an appropriate venue, you should consider the San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl. A crawl is scheduled for both March 17 and 18, starting at Maye’s Oyster House, and can be easily reached by catching the MUNI 47 from the San Francisco Caltrain Station. And remember, if you’re out drinking green beer and swearing that your grandmother was a quarter Irish, remember to be responsible and take full advantage of public transit.

San Francisco Transit Riders:  Tonight, March 13 at 6 p.m., the San Francisco Transit Riders will hold a Transit Action Committee meeting discussing the upcoming ConnectSF workshops. If you rely on public transit in the City, you can take Caltrain to 4th and King, and take a quick walk to 795 Folsom to make your voice heard.

East Meadow Drive Closure: Just as a reminder, the East Meadow Drive railroad crossing, between Alma Street and Park Boulevard in Palo Alto, will be closed again from Friday, March 17, at 8 p.m. until Monday, March 20, at 4 a.m. for maintenance on the grade crossing. Details can be found at www.caltrain.com/constructionnotice or by calling 650.508.7726.

Clan in the Front: The Wu-Tang Clan is taking a break from kung-fu movies, science and reality television to bring the slums of Shaolin to the Warfield on March 18, bringing with them banging beats, sick rhymes, and a welcome nostalgia for the glory days of 90s hip-hop. Tickets are still on sale, and if you take Caltrain to the Millbrae Transit Center, BART will be able to drop you practically on the doorstep. Remember, it’s for the children.

 

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